Ingestible Robots Can Help Doctors Of The Future

Ingestible Robots Can Help Doctors Of The Future
Health

Origami robot is capable of extracting objects or patching up small wounds

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 25 may 2016

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a tiny ingestible robot capable of unfolding from a biodegradable capsule in order to remove foreign objects—such as button batteries—from the stomach.

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