Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong
Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong
Robotics

Could tiny robots made from algae be the next big break in the fight against cancer?

CUHK researchers stress more work ahead before clinical trials can be done

Topic |   Robotics
Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong
Chinese University’s Zhang Li showing an enlarged model of spirulina algae, the main material for the microrobot. Photo: David Wong
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