Jul 4, 2017 in Blog Articles
Nanorobots wade through blood to deliver drugs

Scientists from ETH Zurich and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology report that they have designed new nanorobots capable of wading through bodily fluids with relative ease. The devices were made by stringing together a piece of polymer together with two magnetic, metal nanowires. This formed a three-piece chain about as long as the width of a silk fiber, which they then put to the test in a fluid that was thicker than blood…

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