Dare to Have a Surgical Operation with Robot Surgeon?

Every person has his/her own fear. Some are afraid of height, water, insects and much more. We’re normally called this extreme fear as “Phobia”.

Believe it or not, some people seem to be normal, based on their appearance, but they’re fearing of getting surgery! Although it is not too much of such cases, but it does appears amongst us…

Well, you know what? A brilliant research team from Duke University has discovered the new approach, where they’ve found the way to insert the needle to a silver of steel shrapnel, without even human help!

Robot surgeon

According to Steve Smith, the doctor at Duke University said that the technology would help to reduce the cost and time, especially when you’re undergoing a biopsy or the surgical operations.

Smith mentioned, with the invention of the new technology, the users might have a ten-dollar biopsy done inside a supermarket, fast and no hassle at all!

Smith’s next step is to modify the robot surgeons into an independent device, which is could be used for other medical procedures, besides of finding tiny shrapnel!

However, Smith thought that it would take about ten years, if we want to see a fully automated robotic surgeon, which can act as a real human surgeon in the surgery room! [discovery]

You Can Be Totally Invisible With This Invisibility Cloak!

If you a big fan of Harry Potter series, then you must be very familiar with his invisibility cloak, where he uses it to hide himself from being spotted by anyone else (Although Alastor Moody can easily penetrate it by using the magical charmed eye!)

You might think that It is impossible to develop the invisibility cloak, as this stuff only exist in the magical world! Guess what, the scientists from Duke University explained how to hide objects from a dramatically extended range of wave lengths, and they informed that the invisibility cloaks for visible light could be done within the next six months!


David Smith, the professor of Duke University said that the invisibility cloak will be accomplished within six months of time. This invisibility cloak has its own name, The Duke Cloak!

According to the scientists from Duke University, if you want to manipulate light, the microscopic surface of a material must be smaller than the wave lengths of light that being used. If not, the invisibility cloak won’t work as it did.

However, there’s still a limitation for this invisibility cloak, where it only works in two dimensions. The scientists have mentioned that they will gain up the researches to transform it into an invisibility cloak that can be used in three dimensions! [discovery]