Tiny living robots made from human cells surprise scientists

Scientists have developed tiny robots made from human stem cells that aim to help deliver targeted medical treatments inside human bodies. The new technology, called “xenobots”, could potentially help to restore damaged tissues and organs or release drugs in predetermined locations in the body. The robots were built using a computer algorithm to combine individual cells which are then combined into 3D shapes. The robots are able to move spontaneously and are self-healing. This new technology could be an incredible breakthrough in biomedical treatments and further our ability to manipulate living organisms.