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Drug-delivering microrobots swim closer to reality

One day, tiny bead-like bots could travel along with our blood cells, delivering drugs and even ...

Over the years, scientists have come up with all manner of new ways to deliver medication, from sophisticated dual-sided pills to drug-packed nanoparticles. Now, researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia are working on something even more sophisticated, developing tiny bead-shaped robots controlled by magnetic fields.

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Category: Science

  • Drug delivery
  • Microbots
  • Drexel University
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