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DateDate: 10-03-2019, 07:17

Over the past few years we have been able to see a lot of interesting developments in the nano-robotics segment - in particular, in the field of medical robots, whose task is to deliver medicines directly to the affected area of the body. However, today, robotics specialists from the University of Pennsylvania presented their new development, which is a new concept of a nano-robot with a small body and two pairs of legs, with which it can actually move within the body, thus successfully bypassing the blood barrier. There are some controversial points.
The way to create such nano-robots involves the use of a special proprietary technique of sequential nanofabrication, in which separate layers of glass and polymeric materials are created, which play the role of a material basis for creating various parts of the robot body. For example, its main body is made of rectangular polymeric glass, and a pair of limbs are a bundle of silicone fiber mixed with polymer plastic.
The limbs themselves, by the way, consist of two layers of platinum and titanium, which can be easily replaced by graphene or its derivative agent. With its well-designed and multifunctional design, the robot has the ability to quickly and freely move within the body and successfully bypass the traditional blood barrier - which can be especially useful if you need to deliver this or that medicine to the brain as soon as possible.
It is worth noting that the presented version of the robot has some untested points - for example, experts still argue as to whether it is worth creating reinforcements for a longer cycle of operation of the limbs of the robot, or not. It remains to wait for new news regarding the development and hope that after successful final checks and tests, the model will indeed be applied in modern medical robotics. Moreover, with its excellent potential for continuous improvement.





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