Scallop Microbots Designed To Swim Through Your Bodily Fluids




Robotic Micro-Scallops Can Swim Through Your Eyeballs.
A team led by Prof. Peer Fischer from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, Germany has developed an artificial micro-swimmer, called “micro-scallop”, which can swim through viscous fluids by opening and closing its shells at different rates.
Read more: Max Planck Institute & Nature Communications
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The Future of Medicine, Nanotechnology, Robotic Micro-Scallops Can Swim Through Your (Bodily Fluids) Eyeballs, Peer Fischer, Futuristic Technology, Microbots


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