Magnetically Controlled 3D Printed Structures

Engineers from American MIT University recently collaborated with the New Jersey Institute of Technology and ultimately created tiny 3D printed structures that can be controlled using magnetic fields. The possible applications of this type of creation are still being discussed but it is thought that it's most obvious use is in the Biomedical sector. The creators later experimented at creating more complex structures and even embedding an LED in the structure. 

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