We use them every day without realizing it. They're in our phones, our cars, our cameras, and innumerable electronic devices. They're called MEMS, and they're the microscopic switches that allow our gadgets to become smaller, lighter, and faster.
A fascinating prototype of sensor the size of a cubic millimeter has been developed with a lot of brilliant technology inside—never mind that its specifically meant for glaucoma patients. The device takes measurements every 15 minutes and uploads the readings once a day by 400 and 900MHz frequencies. Because of the…
A new robot, just one millimeter in diameter, can crawl through your veins to treat arterial blockage or deliver targeted medication.