The advances of technology have managed to change the world and the way we live today. Studies and research in the field of medicine and technology with the use of nanobots represents a new field that opens the future to the treatments that can extend life expectancy by far.
Scientists and researchers from the University of Cambridge work to take medicine to a new stage, that is, to bring closer to the patient all the benefits of technological advancement in the use of nanomachines (nanobots), which “navigate” through our body and can even repair internal damage, prevent organ donation and function as patches to stabilize our cell function.
Nanotechnology joint sciences such as physics, biology, chemistry, engineering and social sciences to understand, manipulate and exploit the physical characteristics of matter at the nanoscale.
The use of nanotechnology with which Cambridge scientists are currently working represents a 50-year advance in the field of medicine, which will allow us to live longer and have more effective treatments in the near future, such as for example, to destroy cancerous immune cells, by means of nanotechnology or nanobots. This is not the first time nanotechnology has been used in the medicinal field, since all types of electrospinning devices and systems have already been used for the past decade to develop new medicines and treatments.
According to the advance presented by the Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences, nanobots patrol our body to detect serious damage and repair small heart attacks, and leave no evidence of the event. They can also able to develop and use biological scissors , which are able to cut or eliminate defective genes.
Following the new inauguration of the new academy of Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences, it is being achieved that these advances in science and technology applied to medicine and supported by the researches of Professors and Doctors, will lead to a new form of treatments “Of the future” in the present and in a way to change the quality of life of human beings.
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