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Elastyczne mikroroboty (5)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10043 Robots 1 21/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: EPFL and ETH Zurich One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue.Scientists have developed the elastic device that can change shape to get to hard-to-reach areas of the human body They are modeled after bacteria , are fully biocompatible and can change shape depending on their surroundings, optimizing their movements.The research is being carried out at Swiss universities Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Federal Institute of Technology, known as ETH , in Zurich.The group of scientists – led by Selman Sakar at EPFL and Bradley Nelson at ETH Zurich – drew inspiration from bacteria to design smart, biocompatible microrobots that are highly flexible. Because these devices are able to swim through fluids and modify their shape when needed, they can pass through narrow blood vessels and intricate systems without compromising on speed or maneuverability. They are made of hydrogel nano-composites that contain magnetic nanoparticles allowing them to be controlled via an electromagnetic field. OPS: Graphic showing the new breed of medical micro-robots made to explore the human body that can automatically adapt to the different environments in there. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10043 Robots 1 21/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: EPFL and ETH Zurich One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue.Scientists have developed the elastic device that can change shape to get to hard-to-reach areas of the human body They are modeled after bacteria , are fully biocompatible and can change shape depending on their surroundings, optimizing their movements.The research is being carried out at Swiss universities Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Federal Institute of Technology, known as ETH , in Zurich.The group of scientists – led by Selman Sakar at EPFL and Bradley Nelson at ETH Zurich – drew inspiration from bacteria to design smart, biocompatible microrobots that are highly flexible. Because these devices are able to swim through fluids and modify their shape when needed, they can pass through narrow blood vessels and intricate systems without compromising on speed or maneuverability. They are made of hydrogel nano-composites that contain magnetic nanoparticles allowing them to be controlled via an electromagnetic field. OPS: The new breed of medical micro-robots made to explore the human body can automatically adapt to the different environments in there.Here are one is tested in a glass tube Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10043 Robots 1 21/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: EPFL and ETH Zurich One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue.Scientists have developed the elastic device that can change shape to get to hard-to-reach areas of the human body They are modeled after bacteria , are fully biocompatible and can change shape depending on their surroundings, optimizing their movements.The research is being carried out at Swiss universities Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Federal Institute of Technology, known as ETH , in Zurich.The group of scientists – led by Selman Sakar at EPFL and Bradley Nelson at ETH Zurich – drew inspiration from bacteria to design smart, biocompatible microrobots that are highly flexible. Because these devices are able to swim through fluids and modify their shape when needed, they can pass through narrow blood vessels and intricate systems without compromising on speed or maneuverability. They are made of hydrogel nano-composites that contain magnetic nanoparticles allowing them to be controlled via an electromagnetic field. OPS: The new breed of medical micro-robots made to explore the human body can automatically adapt to the different environments in there.Here are four different shapes taken on by the robots. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10043 Robots 1 21/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: EPFL and ETH Zurich One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue.Scientists have developed the elastic device that can change shape to get to hard-to-reach areas of the human body They are modeled after bacteria , are fully biocompatible and can change shape depending on their surroundings, optimizing their movements.The research is being carried out at Swiss universities Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Federal Institute of Technology, known as ETH , in Zurich.The group of scientists – led by Selman Sakar at EPFL and Bradley Nelson at ETH Zurich – drew inspiration from bacteria to design smart, biocompatible microrobots that are highly flexible. Because these devices are able to swim through fluids and modify their shape when needed, they can pass through narrow blood vessels and intricate systems without compromising on speed or maneuverability. They are made of hydrogel nano-composites that contain magnetic nanoparticles allowing them to be controlled via an electromagnetic field. OPS: The new breed of medical micro-robots made to explore the human body can automatically adapt to the different environments in there.Here one is tested by manouvering through a glass tube filled with a liquid to mimic a blood vessel Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10043 Robots 1 21/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: EPFL and ETH Zurich One day we may be able to ingest tiny robots that deliver drugs directly to diseased tissue.Scientists have developed the elastic device that can change shape to get to hard-to-reach areas of the human body They are modeled after bacteria , are fully biocompatible and can change shape depending on their surroundings, optimizing their movements.The research is being carried out at Swiss universities Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and Federal Institute of Technology, known as ETH , in Zurich.The group of scientists – led by Selman Sakar at EPFL and Bradley Nelson at ETH Zurich – drew inspiration from bacteria to design smart, biocompatible microrobots that are highly flexible. Because these devices are able to swim through fluids and modify their shape when needed, they can pass through narrow blood vessels and intricate systems without compromising on speed or maneuverability. They are made of hydrogel nano-composites that contain magnetic nanoparticles allowing them to be controlled via an electromagnetic field. OPS: The new breed of medical micro-robots made to explore the human body can automatically adapt to the different environments in there.Here are two different shapes taken on by the robots. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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