Scientists create tiny, caterpillar-like robot that could deliver drugs inside human body

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Scientists create tiny, caterpillar-like robot that could deliver drugs inside human body

Robot can move inside surfaces within the body to deliver drugs to where they're needed

Scientists have created a tiny, soft robot with caterpillar-style legs that could be used to deliver drugs in the human body. Developed from research led by City University of Hong Kong, the mi...

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