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Scientists Develop Tractor Beam

Scientists Develop Tractor Beam

Like something from a sci-fi movie, a team of researchers have developed a tractor beam capable of moving objects using laser light. The breakthrough machine has only been used to move tiny particles about five feet, but scientists think they could increase the distance to more than 30 feet with their current set up. Transporting dangerous substances and microbes is one of many possible applications for new technology. More at Mail Online.

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