DNA Nanobots Successfully Injected in Cockroaches

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Bioengineers have been successful in injecting nanoscale robots in cockroaches. These tiny bots unfold like origami and are programmed to carry out simple tasks. These are also designed to interact with each other and move around inside a living cockroach.

They work in such a way that they use simple logical operations that direct DNA to unfold and release a molecule corresponding to its function.

These nanorobots can potentially seek out diseases inside humans and treat them with medical precision.

This project is headed by Daniel Levner from Wyss Institute at Harvard University and scientists at Bar Ilan University in Israel.

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