Présentation de Micro-swimmer Robot, lauréat Netexplo 2016

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MinJun Kim pour Micro-swimmer Robot (Etats-Unis), avec le Professeur Steve Moyle, Oxford University (Grande-Bretagne), Réseau Universitaire International Netexplo

Tiny surgical robots that swim through the bloodstream

Imagine robots that are so tiny that they can assemble themselves and swim through a patient’s arteries. Researchers at Drexler University in Philadelphia looked to bacteria for inspiration when designing these prototypes based on magnetic nanoparticles. The micro-swimmer robots could make some types of surgery unnecessary by unclogging arteries or delivering a drug to a precise location in the body. They should be ready for widespread use within four years.


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