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Tiny self-assembling tools could one day deliver drugs to targeted areas of the body or even perform autonomous microsurgery
Sperm-Inspired Robots Controlled by Magnetic Fields May be Useful for Drug Delivery, IVF, Cell Sorting and Other Applications at the Microscopic Level WASHINGTON, June 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
ENSCHEDE, The Netherlands, May 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Twente attracts best performing investment fund for technology startups Cottonwood Technology Funds,
Most water used worldwide goes toward feeding people, says report published in PLoS ONE Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 01, 2012 A new report published
To push ahead with the aimed-for energy turnaround in Europe, the available knowledge of new energy technologies and concepts has to be combined, expanded and directed, and an entrepreneurial approach to sustainability promoted.
University of Twente spin-off company develops spectacularly fast virus detector.
If you've tried to give up smoking but don't have the willpower or are too embarrassed to seek help, Dutch researchers may have the answer.
Scientists have re-created one of nature's most sensitive sound detectors â€“ the tiny hairs found on body parts of crickets, which allow them to hear predators and make an escape before the predators get close enough to catch them.