American Researchers Used Human Cells to Build Robots:
American Researchers have used human Cells to Build Miniature Robots, after long research and hard work, have developed very small living robots from cells obtained from human respiratory tracts.
American experts, after long research and hard work, have developed very small living robots from cells obtained from human respiratory tracts, which are capable of living for two months. According to the American broadcasting organization “CNN”, a team of American Researchers obtained “stem cells” from the human respiratory tract, which were attached to another type of cells in the laboratory. According to the report, after mixing the cells in the laboratory, the experts monitored them and within seven days, the first stem cells spontaneously developed small living robots.
Anthrobots Look Like Tiny Insects:
Experts have name the tiny robots “anthrobots.” Which look like tiny insects. American Researchers claim that the said develop anthrobots are capable of living. In laboratories, food, and other places for up to 60 days. American Researchers hope that the robots develop in the future can use for medical research and treatment, but it is too early to say how they will use in medical work.
It is possible that in the future such tiny robots could use to heal injuries. Diseases, and problems inside the human body and could insert into the body. And given instructions to act like a doctor. Do the head. Stem cells, colloquially called stem cells, are found in various parts of the human body and are obtained in a very complex way.
American Researchers Stem cells are find in other human organs, including the respiratory tract, embryos, and the uterus. That many copies of it can made. In the past, scientists have develop various cells and drugs from human stem cells. While even tiny insects like robots have made from the stem cells of living organisms. However, so far, such robots are not use in the health sector on a large scale. But scientists are busy researching them.
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