Why are US military experts interested in studying a mosquito bite?
In this regard, it will not be superfluous to pay attention to what issues are being worked on today in foreign research and development centers. One of the segments is the above-mentioned bioengineering and biomedicine.
As an example - a project that is implemented by experts from the University of Ohio (USA). Two university professors, Bharat Bhushan and Howard Winbigler, published an article about the study of a mosquito bite. It would seem that you can explore here? .. However, not only the leading US medical centers, but also military specialists have become interested in the work.
From the statement of Bharata Bhushana:
Further, a professor at the American University says that the group he led scientifically investigated the mosquito proboscis and created an algorithm for a bite that does not cause pain in humans.
Ohio University Professor:
According to Bhushan and Winbigler, on this basis a unique microneedle is created, the introduction under the skin of which a person will not feel.
Some details of the work are published in the western journal Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials.
The authors say that their development could be a breakthrough when used in children's medical institutions. However, people who are used to extrapolating scientific research to the military sphere understand that painless microneedles can be used not only to improve human health. As an option - the use of painless injections, leaving no trace on the body, in order to damage the health of a particular person or group of people - as conspiracy therapists have been writing about for a long time. Now this kind of notes (after the publication of the material by professors at Ohio University) do not look like conspiracy.
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