This therapeutic chip can be inserted into the body with a simple injection
New York: Experts at Columbia University have developed the world’s shortest medical chip that can be inserted into a normal needle and inserted into the body. Once inside the body, it can note temperature, oxygen levels and other important things. Nerve signals can be detected by hand by adding modern sensors called ‘neural dust’.
Columbia University claims that it is the world’s shortest medical chip system, each part of which works perfectly and is only 0.1 cubic millimeters in size. It can only be seen under a microscope and uses very little energy.
It uses ultrasound waves instead of RF (radio frequency). It has a piezoelectric transducer called an antenna. This is how it communicates with ultrasound.
When it was tested on live mice, it reported a change in body temperature or changes in it. After this success, it will be able to be tested on humans as well. With a little change, it will be able to note blood pressure, blood sugar and respiratory functions.
Undoubtedly, this is an important development in which the shortest chip has been made in the internal environment of the body. The future of this chip is very bright as it has innumerable applications