News Tiny living robots have been created using cells taken from frog embryos by scientists in the United States
- It is a biological machine named after the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis).
- It could help the development of useful soft robots that can heal themselves when damaged.
- Because they are made of living tissue, they also decay once they stop working.
- In future, such living robots could be used to clean up microplastics, digest toxic materials, or even deliver drugs inside human bodies