Chinese biomedical engineers have used liquid metal to transmit electrical signals across the gap in severed sciatic nerves. The work raises the prospect of a new treatment for nerve injuries, they say.
So it’s just possible that liquid metal will become an important component in the treatment of nerve injuries in future.
While this is indeed good news for the bio-medical community & those suffering from severed nerves IT DOES NOT HAVE A THING TO DO WITH LQMT. The liquid metal they refer to in the article is a mixture of gallium-indium-selenium which just happens to be a liquid (like mercury, for instance) at room temperature. It has not a thing to do with Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. -- the company -- which proposes to make small components/gears/equipment parts out of amorphous (as in no crystal structure) metallic glass (as in a solid).
Return to the SWARM. Resistance is Futile ... You Will Be Diluted.
Bring back a PRODUCT for LQMT to develop & produce at a Profit sufficient to defray R&D & G&A expenses in the range of $1 MM per Quarter. THAT is your mission. Anything less is NOT GOOD ENOUGH.