NewsMobile molecular robots swim in water

29th November 2021by admin0
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Creating molecular microrobots that mimic the
abilities of living organisms is a dream of nanotechnology, as
illustrated by the renowned physicist Richard Feynman. There are a
number of challenges in achieving this goal. One of the most
significant of these is the creation of directed self-propulsion in
water.

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