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‘Tiny nanorobots can revolutionize surgery and space exploration’
A team of scientists used cutting edge techniques to create legions of bug-shaped, laser-controlled robots, each of which is roughly the width of a human hair, with revolutionary implications for surgery techniques and space exploration.
Tiny but tough: Tardigrades
Heat, cold, vacuum… the microscopic creatures, found recently in a lake in Antarctica, show remarkable resilience to a wide range of normally lethal physical conditions, theguardian.com reported.
Tiny killer threatens giant clam, aquatic emblem of the Med
With wing-shaped shells lined with iridescent mother-of-pearl and producing the fibers of rare and delicate sea silk, the noble pen shell clam is one of the most emblematic species in the Mediterranean and a bellwether for marine environmental health.
Tiny X-ray beam reveals hidden photographs from the 19th century
Scientists have successfully recovered images from some of the earliest daguerreotypes, the silver plates used for one of the earliest forms of photography.
Even a tiny oil spill spells bad news for birds
Birds don’t need to be drenched in crude oil to be harmed by spills and leaks.
Tiny aquariums put nanoparticle self-assembly on display
Seeing is believing when it comes to nanoparticle self-assembly. A team of University of Illinois engineers is observing the interactions of colloidal gold nanoparticles inside tiny aquarium like sample containers to gain more control over the self-assembly process of engineered materials.
Half of world's pollution deaths occurred in India, China in 2015
China and India accounted for more than half of the total number of global deaths attributable to air pollution in 2015, a study said.
Tiny babies may face mental health problems later
Extremely low birth weight babies may be at increased risk for mental health problems later in life, a new review suggested.
Tiny investment needed for universal access to basic drugs
An investment of just $1-2 per person per month could give all people in low- and middle-income countries access to a basket of 201 essential medicines, researchers said.
Following cancer with tiny magnets
Life-saving surgery and treatments rely on doctors being able to accurately track the spread of cancers. A new device that uses iron particles and a magnetic probe will allow clinicians to narrow down exactly which lymph nodes tumors spread to.

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