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  • Microelectronics give researchers a remote control for biological robots

    A photograph of an eBiobot prototype, lit with blue microLEDs.

    Remotely controlled miniature biological robots have many potential applications in medicine, sensing and environmental monitoring. 

    Image courtesy of Yongdeok Kim


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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Rashid Bashir, email To reach Mattia Gazzola, email To reach Youngdeok Kim, email To reach Zhengwei Li, email To reach John A. Rogers, email

    The paper “Remote control of muscle-driven miniature robots with battery-free wireless optoelectronics” is available online.

    DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.add1053