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.
In June 2019, four people were arrested by German authorities in Berlin, Brussels and Paris in a coordinated operation related to an alleged terrorist plot inspired by the Palestinian group Hamas. German police said the four suspects sought to use explosives to target political targets in Germany. Police also said the group had begun acquiring […]
Tunisian leader sparks outrage by claiming ‘Zionist movement’ behind naming of storm that battered Libya
Tunisian President Kais Saied has sparked controversy and outrage after claiming that the weather phenomenon which battered Libya was unofficially named by the “Zionist movement”. The storm, known as Ciara, made landfall in Libya late last week, threatening the lives of thousands of people who had taken shelter in displacement camps in the north of […]
It appears that you’re talking about invested individuals shifting their assets over from Cardano (ADA) to another cryptocurrency, presumably Pandoshi (PAMBO). This sort of asset reallocation happens rather often in the crypto market as investors try to take advantage of fluctuations in market value, trends, or in response to competitive technical factors such as network […]