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Tiny robots inserted in pigs are making tissue grow inside the body

A Canadian scientist working in the U.S. has constructed robotic implants that can stimulate the growth of tissue inside a living organism. The robotics in question are implants about the size of two thumbs pressed together; the tissue is any tubular organ inside the body, such as veins, intestines, arteries and esophagus.

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