MIT creates mass production process for cell-sized robots

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Boffins at MIT have announced a discovery that could allow mass production of self-powered robots that are the size of cells.

 

These tiny cell-sized robots are called “syncells,” which is short for synthetic cells, and the researchers believe these small bots might be used to monitor conditions inside oil or gas pipelines or to search for disease in the bloodstream of a person.

MIT said that the key to mass-producing tiny devices in large quantities harnesses the natural fracturing process of atomically-thin and brittle materials.

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