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Micrometer Machines Could Perform Operations Inside the Human Body

News   Nov 07, 2019 | Original story from the Paul Scherrer Institute

 
Micrometer Machines Could Perform Operations Inside the Human Body

Laura Heyderman (left) and Tian-Yun Huang (center) look at a model of the origami bird, while Jizhai Cui observes the real microrobot under a microscope. What he can see is shown in the video made by the researchers. Credit: Paul Scherrer Institute/Mahir Dzambegovic

 
 
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