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3D-microdevice for minimally invasive surgeries

3D-microdevice for minimally invasive surgeries

Scientists take challenge of developing functional microdevices for direct access to the brain, spinal cord, eye and other delicate parts of human body

A tiny robot that gets into the human body through the simple medical injection and, passing healthy organs, finds and treats directly the goal – a non-operable tumor… Doesn’t it sound at least like science-fiction? To make it real, a growing number of researchers are now working towards this direction with the prospect of transforming many aspects of healthcare and bioengineering in the nearest future. What makes it not so easy are unique challenges pertaining to design, fabrication and encoding functionality in producing functional microdevices.


pi Metin Sitti
Metin Sitti
pi Hakan Ceylan
Hakan Ceylan
Senior Research Scientist
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