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Swimming nanobots developed that can hunt down and destroy bacteria in water

https://naturalnews.com/2017-07-03-swimming-nanobots-developed-that-can-hunt-down-and-destroy-bacteria-in-water.html

The experts also noted that the spherical microbots were able to trap more than 80 percent of E. coli bacteria . The microbots’ iron content provided it with magnetic properties. Because of this, the microbots could be easily removed from the water using a magnet without leaving behind any potentially dangerous waste. "...

Carbon nanotube material removes 99% of heavy metals from water

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-08-01-carbon-nanotube-material-removes-99-of-heavy-metals-from-water.html

Because of this reaction, the microbots are propelled around contaminated water. ... The microbots have magnetic properties, which were largely due in part to their iron content. "...

You've got bots in your teeth: Researchers develop micro-robots that can get rid of dental plaque

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-10-17-micro-robots-that-get-rid-of-dental-plaque.html

You’ve got bots in your teeth: Researchers develop micro-robots that can get rid of dental plaque Thursday, October 17, 2019 by: Vicki Batts AI , artifical intelligence , cool tech , dental care , dental health , future tech , goodhealth , Holistic Dentistry , innovation , inventions , machine learning , medical tech , microbots , nanobots , oral care , plaque , robotics , robots , teeth - (Natural News ) If you’re tired of having to brush your teeth, tire no more: A team of researchers ...

First wireless insect-size robot takes flight

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-31-first-wireless-insect-size-robot-takes-flight.html

First wireless insect-size robot takes flight Thursday, January 31, 2019 by: Edsel Cook aerial drones , flying robots , Insectoid Robots , micro robotics , microbots , robotics , wireless - (Natural News ) American researchers unveiled the newest flying robot that will take to the air. "...

Researchers develop tiny robot that moves like caterpillars and jellyfish, could be used for medical treatment inside the human body

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-07-researchers-develop-tiny-robot-that-moves-like-caterpillars-medical-treatment.html

Researchers develop tiny robot that moves like caterpillars and jellyfish, could be used for medical treatment inside the human body Wednesday, February 07, 2018 by: David Williams discoveries , future tech , goodmedicine , goodscience , inventions , medical robots , microbots , nanobots , nanotechnology , robotics , robots , tiny robots - (Natural News ) Would you allow your doctor to insert a tiny robot into your body if it meant curing you of one or more of your illnesses? "...