A new research paper published in the journal Science suggests that termites have figured out a way to evade the removal of their homes with a new type of smart technology.
The researchers developed a new system for removing termites that uses a new kind of material called a nanorobot.
They say that the new material is much better at removing termite mounds than traditional materials.
According to the study, the technology works by detecting the presence of a nanoscale hole in a mounds of the mineral material and then removing the hole with a laser, similar to a laser being used to remove mounds from a building.
The new technology also removes the termites from the area without harming the surrounding environment.
Scientists in China and India have used similar techniques for removing mounds in the past, but it was not clear how well they would work with termites.
They have also struggled to figure out how to remove termites safely with the new technology, and the process can take months, and it can take up to a year before termites are no longer visible.
The termite problem problem, which has plagued scientists for decades, has become particularly acute in recent years because of the proliferation of new chemicals and pesticides that have been introduced to the landscape.
Researchers have tried many different approaches to get termites out of their burrows, but most have been unsuccessful, and now they are coming up with a different method.
The paper’s authors are working with the University of Utah to develop the new technique.