Aug 31, 8:31 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Shubham Sharma 08/31/18 AT 7:19 AM In a bid to aid medical surgeries, a group of researchers hailing from China have developed unique nanorobots, minute machines that could go inside the human body and perform complex tasks to help with an ongoing procedure.Robots come with wide-ranging capabilities, and engineers have been trying to expand their application from the battlefield and home-based environments to more medical situations. We have already seen robots assisting with medical surgeries, but these nanorobots have been developed with a precision-focused goal. Nanobots are developed to help with medical procedures. Pictured, doctors and medics perform a surgery. Photo: REUTERS/Mohammed Salem Produced from millions of magnetic nanoparticles, these tiny machines are not the first nanobots to be developed, but they carry the very unique capability of swarming, just like that demonstrated by flocks of birds or schools of fish.As Zhang Li, an associate professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the lead author of the work, described, the micro-swarm of nanobots can change its form according to the environment it encounters. Whether it is inside the human body or in any other environment, the nanobots… Read full this story
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