Microsurgeons who will soon be wander in our body
Bright autumn night in 2006 Dr. Sylvain Martel held his breath when the technician loaded the pig under General anesthesia in a rotating machine fMRI. His eyes stared at the computer screen, which showed a magnetic bead hanging in thin blood vessel of a pig. The tension in the room could be felt physically. Suddenly, the ball came to life and slid across the vessel, like a microscopic submarine to the destination. The team erupted with applause.