Scientists Develop World’s Smallest Remote-Controlled Robot
A fortune teller sitting at a desk gesturing at a glowing crystal ball. The bald man with the long beard wearing an elegant black suit, a white button down shirt and a tie. He is staring concentrated at the camera.

Scientists at Northwestern University have developed the world’s tiniest remote-controlled robot.  The robot is shaped like a crab and is just half a millimeter wide – smaller than a flea.  Researchers believe ‘micro-bots’ like this could one day be used in medicine – clearing clogged arteries or destroying tumors.

What would you use these tiny robots for?

More about:

Recently Played

Jingle Bell RockBobby Helms
8:48am
Down HomeJimmie Allen
8:44am
Cold Beer Calling My NameJameson Rodgers/luke Combs
8:41am
Wait In The TruckHardy/lainey Wilson
8:36am
All I Want For Christmas IsLady A
8:29am

You May Also Like