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We all take for granted that flies fly. And as anyone who has tried to swat a buzzing fly knows, flies are very good at maneuvering. So how do they do it? Cornell physicist Itai Cohen has used a combination of 3-D high-speed photography and experimental manipulations to find out. He explained the mechanics of insect flight to a Summer Session audience in a July, 2014 lecture.