A new study published in the journal Science says a Chinese company is developing black pedicles to provide people with healthier and less painful pedicurals.
The study, led by Professor Jie Yu, a professor of pediatrics at the University of North Carolina, used a system called the BlackPentax System.
It uses the power of magnets to create a “bionic” pedicube that looks like a regular pedicab but has sensors and a processor inside.
It uses a device that can detect changes in body weight, and it can detect when the person is being stretched or pushed.
The results show the system could potentially reduce the use of antibiotics by more than 10 percent compared with conventional medical devices, the researchers said.
The research has attracted considerable interest from the medical community, with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other experts speculating that the BlackPedicure system could be used to deliver “surgical precision”.
In addition to the technology being used in China, the research has received support from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which has given a $10 million (£6.2 million) grant to develop the Blackpedicure technology.
The researchers say they plan to test the technology in clinical trials in China and Europe before making it available in the US.
They say they will soon be able to use the BlackAcademy’s technology to deliver the devices to more people around the world.