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The world's first living biorobots created

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From frog cages

For the first time in history, scientists from the University of Vermont have created real living biorobots. Of course, we are talking about tiny organisms, but still.
The world's first living biorobots created

The creators called their robots xenobiotics. They are characterized by a submillimeter size and consist of 500-1000 cells. To clarify, they are completely created from living cells.

The world's first living biorobots created

More precisely, from the stem cells of a frog, which scientists reprogrammed in such a way as to endow xenobiotics with certain functions. In particular, they are able to move around, organize themselves and even “transport” small loads.


They are neither traditional robots nor famous animal species. This is a new class: a living programmable organism

Interestingly, the creation of xenobiotics required a supercomputer that developed an algorithm that actually allows you to collect the cells of the heart and skin of the frog in various configurations to get one or another result.




During the experiment, xenobiotics were able to move in the aquatic environment for a week without the need for additional nutrients, since initially scientists “loaded” certain energy reserves into them.

The potential of this technology is huge, but so far these are only the first experiments.

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