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Open up those peepers and get a full shot of robot. Scientists are working on tiny machines that can be directed through the eyes to treat conditions like macular degeneration.
The robot, which weighs about three-hundredths of an ounce, is manipulated by magnetic fields and has the potential for use in clean rooms or hazardous environments.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' MSR05 robot experiments with drugs and bathes in hydrogen peroxide gas.
Scientists at the Chonnam National University in South Korea have developed a microscopic robot that can detect and treat cancer from inside the body.
Bug-sized robots created by Harvard can zip along at a speed of 37 centimetres per second.
This modified assembly robot has been put to work in the lab, where it's handling dangerous materials to keep people out of harm's way.
New aquatic microrobot out of China can walk and turn freely on the surface of water by mimicking insects that can do the same.
Harvard University's robotics lab designs an origami-inspired method for stamping out large numbers of pop-up flying microrobots.
Though it weighs more than 1,100 water striders, this little bot can leap 5.5 inches in the air while skimming the water's surface.
This week, a robot swam around in our eyes, we took a tour of a creepily cool Tron-style home, and Tiny Wings kept flying high.