Scientists Develop World’s Smallest Remote-Controlled Robot

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?

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