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26 July 2016

Bacterium-Like Microbots: The Future’s New Doctors?

Scientist conducting laboratory tests for the study.
(Photo:  Dan Kitwood/ Getty Images)
"Equipped with incredible features like that of a bacterium, these microrobots were then tested on how they will react while being manipulated through an electromagnetic field."

Bacterium-Like Microbots: The Future’s New Doctors?
by Maureen Bongat, natureworldnews.com, 
26 July 2016

Performing precise operations, delivering drugs to the body's every cell or unclogging the heart's arteries can never be as easy as before. The world of medicine has once again created a breakthrough that could help doctors and scientists navigate the human's body more efficiently with the use of technology.

Two prestigious universities, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne and ETH Zurich, have joined forces in conducting the study that was published in the journal Nature Communications, according to STgist. The research claimed how scientists were able to find a way to use microrobots as their aid in performing complicated operations to humans that could sometimes lead to death. The study was led by Scientists Hen-Wei Huang with Bradley Nelson and Selman Sakar.

It is also included in the journal the details of how these experts were able to produce more of these bio-inspired microrobots. Equipped with incredible features like that of a bacterium, these microrobots were then tested on how they will react while being manipulated through an electromagnetic field. For a greater understanding of their pros and cons, the experts even created a platform for this.

The purpose of this platform is to act as a testing field for the study's new robot designs. It is where the experts were able to control these bacterium-like microrobots by using a remote and observe how these would react depending on how high or low heat energy can be, as reported by Morning Ticker.
The goal of the study is to create more of these microrobots that are 100 percent safe to enter in the human body. Though there are already some tests conducted in order to observe its performance and how well it can do in the body, data gathered are still insufficient. In fact, experts are still unsure if how these robots can perfectly maneuver inside the body, as noted by Pulse Headlines.

http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/25739/20160726/bacterium-like-microbots-the-future-s-new-doctors.htm

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