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February 22, 2012

Stanford University Researchers Develop Fantastic Voyage Chip




It echoes the Fantastic Voyage.  A tiny microchip that can potentially 'swim' through the bloodstream of your body has been developed by Stanford University researchers.

Stanford electrical engineers have created a tiny wireless chip, driven by magnetic currents, that's small enough to travel inside the human body. They hope it will someday be used for a wide range of biomedical applications, from delivering drugs to cleaning arteries.





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