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Nanomachines Operate at Human Scale Thanks to 3D Printing

Nanomachines are already useful for delivering medication and serving as computer memories at the nanometer scale. But thanks to advance 3D printing techniques, researchers at Dartmouth College have found a way to make nanomachines useful at the human scale. “Up until now, harnessing the mechanical work of nanomachines has been extremely difficult,” says Chenfeng Ke,

The Tiny Robots Will See You Now

It’s science-fiction-turned-reality: Researchers are developing micro- and nanoscale robots that move freely in the body, communicate with each other, perform jobs, and degrade when their mission is complete. These tiny robots will someday “have a major impact” on disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, according to a new review in Science Robotics from a top nanoengineering