Heptagon Acoustic Tweezer repairs damaged nerves


Miniaturized ultrasonic device capable of capturing and moving single cells and tiny living creatures.

University of Glasgow researchers have devised a Heptagon Acoustic Tweezer which makes use of resonance for manipulating matter. This sonic tweezer uses acoustic force to build cell matrices with the possibility of repairing injured nerves.


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