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Tiny robots could deliver drugs directly to our central nervous system

The robots can tumble up slopes and against other fluids. Image: Nhia Moua/Unsplash

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MANiAC climbing up a 25° incline. (A) MANiAC (lower left) starts at the bottom of the incline and climbs (B) to the top (C) in 13 s. Scale bar is 0.5 mm. Image: Mair, Adam, Chowdhury et al.

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