Scientists have created the world’s first living robot. These new robots can give birth to golden robot babies. The size of modern robots made from the stem cells of African frogs is less than a millimeter.
The success of American scientists in creating the world’s first living robot is a new milestone in science. This new robot is named Xenobots. These robots can reproduce. But, their reproduction will be different from that of animals and plants.
These Xenobots are made from the stem cells of African frogs. These robots, which are less than a millimeter in size, were first developed in 2020, and experiments show that they can now move, work in groups, and adjust them.
Scientists at the University of Vermont, Dufts University and Harvard University say these robots are reproducing biologically in a completely new way. Scientists have discovered that genotypes, which were initially spherical and had about 3,000 cells, could replicate themselves, but this rarely happens. Xenobots use “motion reflection”. This is a process observed at the molecular level.
But the size of whole cells or organisms has never been seen before. But Xenobots are made from living stem cells. They can work for many days without eating anything. Xenobots can be very helpful for rare tasks such as removing microplastics from the ocean.
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