Tiny tweezers can grip little critters using sound waves alone

Ultrasound, the same technology used to peer inside a mother’s womb to view a developing fetus, has been harnessed to non-invasively grip and move a millimeter-long roundworm. The acoustic tweezers are about the size of a dime.Ultrasound, the same technology used to peer inside a mother’s womb to view a developing fetus, has been harnessed to non-invasively grip and move a millimeter-long roundworm. The acoustic tweezers are about the size of a dime.






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