Tiny robots crawl through mouse’s stomach to release antibiotics
Home to bacteriaSteve Gschmeissner/SPLBy Timothy RevellTiny robotic drug deliveries could soon be treating diseases inside your body. For the first time, micromotors – autonomous vehicles the width of a human hair – have cured bacterial infections in the stomachs of mice, using bubbles to power the transport of antibiotics. “The movement itself improves...
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