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Issue 2016

MaxPlanckResearch 4/2016

Microboats to the Rescue

Some medical treatments would be more efficient if medication could be transported via a tiny robot directly to the diseased area. Peer Fischer and his colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart are developing microswimmers and nanoswimmers that are expected to one day make this possible.

MaxPlanckResearch 1/2016

Diagnostics with a Stomach Pill
Gastroscopy usually requires patients to swallow an endoscope tube. Although camera-carrying capsules are also suitable for the task, it is still not possible to control them. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart plan to change all that. And their tiny capsule-shaped robots can do a lot more than merely take snapshots of the stomach’s interior.
Issue 2011
Issue 2010

MPR 1 /2010

Diving into Surfaces
Personal Portrait: Sylvie Roke
Issue 2009

MPR 3 /2009

The Miracle of Space in the Tank
Researchers are testing new storage solutions for hydrogen cars.
Issue 2007
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