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    Self-folding thermo-magnetically responsive soft microgrippers, Gracias laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

    graciaslab.johnshopkins.edu

    David H. Gracias

    "Self-Folding Thermo-Magnetically Responsive Soft Microgrippers"

    by Joyce C. Breger, ChangKyu Yoon, Rui Xiao, Hye Rin Kwag, Martha O. Wang∥, John P. Fisher∥, Thao D. Nguyen, David H. Gracias
    January 16, 2015

    "Tiny robotic hands could improve cancer diagnostics, drug delivery"
    Self-Folding Thermo-Magnetically Responsive Soft Microgrippers

    February 4, 2014

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    Tiny robotic ‘hands’ – a new tool for surgeons?

    Published on Feb 4, 2015

    Many people imagine robots as clunky, metal versions of humans. But scientists are forging new territory in the field of soft robotics. Introducing one of their latest advances: a microscopic, hand-like gripper that could help doctors perform remotely guided surgical procedures or perform biopsies.

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    Medical microbots perform surgery

    Published on Jun 1, 2015

    These tiny, starfish-like miniature robots are designed to perform biopsies inside the human colon. Learn more:

    "Medical Microbots Take a Fantastic Voyage Into Reality"
    Engineers explore ways to take robotics to the limits of size and function

    by Rachel Courtland
    June 1, 2015

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