An anonymous reader quotes a report from Scientific American: Stomach ulcers and other gastric wounds afflict one in eight people worldwide, but common conventional therapies have ...
In vivo bioprinting might also help repair hernias and treat infertility
It could help us identify future medical treatments.
Capsules could do away with daily jabs
Magnets allow scientists to remotely control robot to perform flapping and sliding motions
- A tiny sliver of elastic material swims along inside a narrow tube, coiling up...
The tiny, soft microbots are a few mm in length & made using a folding technique similar to origami.
By and large, engineered tissues are small, simple, and kinda wimpy. That's because a petri dish is no match for the human body. Read on.
The experimental robots could also fix airplane engines and find disaster victims.