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3D-Printed “Smart” Fish Go Fishing for Toxins in Your Bloodstream

Challenging the Rhetoric

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By Cheri Roberts of Challenging the Rhetoric and Cheri Speak

We are another step closer to initiating the human/synthetic matrix. Technology inserted; injected; implanted; and now able to “swim” in our bodies, takes us closer and closer to what we see in AMC’s new television series, Humans.

But, is all this not-so-human tech, good for humanity?

Here’s the latest …


The University of California, San Diego, has developed nano-bot “Micro” fish. Smaller than a human hair, these high-tech fishies to swim in your bloodstream. The research, was led by Professors Shaochen Chen (3D printing technology expert) and Joseph Wang (microbot expert) of the NanoEngineering Department at the UC San Diego was published in the Aug. 12, 2015 issue of the journal Advanced Materials.

“We have developed an entirely new method to engineer nature-inspired microscopic swimmers that have complex geometric structures and are smaller than the width of…

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