Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Medical nanobots

Instapundit links to an article by Megan Scudellari in IEEE Spectrum.
It’s science-fiction-turned-reality: Researchers are developing micro- and nanoscale robots that move freely in the body, communicate with each other, perform jobs, and degrade when their mission is complete. These tiny robots will someday “have a major impact” on disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, according to a new review in Science Robotics from a top nanoengineering team at the University of California, San Diego.
Read more here.

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