Tiny Scallop-Like Robotic Swimmers Could Deliver Drugs To Treat Diseases, Max Planck Institute Study

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute in Germany have developed a tiny robot small enough to travel through the bloodstream—and it doesn't require an engine or batteries. In their paper published in Nature Communications, the researchers describe their new robot and how it might one day be used to treat a variety of human ailments.

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