The artist's rendition is all wrong
Where's the frikkin' laser ?
US electronics engineers and physicists have built micrometre-scale swimming robots that use a new type of actuator, forming the basis for a tiny automaton that could be injected into humans to perform minor medical procedures. Powered by onboard silicon photovoltaics, the robots, which are less than 0.1mm in size, wriggle …
Just need to get these out:
Doctor, Doctor! Is it meant to do this?
No, you're holding it wrong.
Doctor, Doctor! This swelling has gotten really big and angry-looking. What should I do?
You'd better get a licence before the next Big Red audit.
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