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Nanobots: Our Tiny Saviors

Nanobots: Our Tiny Saviors

By: Namish Gupta, Journalist

Nanobots are exactly what they sound like. They are tiny, miniscule robots capable of storing and applying medicinal content to the human body, among other things. Currently, the average nanobot is about...

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The wearable microgrid uses energy from human sweat and movement to power an LCD wristwatch and electrochromic device. Credit: Lu Yin

Wearable Generator Uses The Human Body To Power Small Devices

It takes some serious technological know-how to develop a device that can use the human body as an energy source, and UC San Diego's nano engineers have done just that.
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New Skin Patch Monitors Multiple Aspects Of Your Health Simultaneously

Monitoring your health can be time consuming and require lots of expensive equipment, but in San Diego, the engineers at the University of California have created a soft and stretchy skin patch that monitors several aspects of your health all at once.
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(Left) diseased kidney & (Right) nano-treated kidney

A Pioneering Nanotech Provide Life-Saving Solution for the Kidneys

By: Anson Zhong

This microscopic DNA-based nanostructures as support for acute renal failure or injury. According to Interesting Engineering: "An international team of bioengineers developed a preventative measure...

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