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  • PI provides the world’s broadest and deepest portfolio of precision motion technologies from micro-precision to sub-nanometer precision. PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., is the U.S. operation of...
  • PI provides the world’s broadest and deepest portfolio of precision motion technologies from micro-precision to sub-nanometer precision. PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., is the U.S. operation of...
  • Dr. K. Eric Drexler, the Chairman of the Foresight Institute has used the term Zettatechnology to describe molecular manufacturing and its products. Posted October 29 2003
  • Researchers in the US are working on a Nano-velcro that could have a holding power tens of times greater than epoxy adhesives. Posted October 22 2003
  • They look like spirals with tiny heads, and screw through the liquid like miniature corkscrews. When moving, they resemble rather ungainly bacteria with long whip-like tails. They can only be...
  • Microscopic robots crafted to maneuver separately without any obvious guidance are now assembling into self-organized structures after years of continuing research led by a Duke University computer...
  • Physik Instrumente (PI) is known throughout the high-tech world for its leadership in the design and manufacture of nanometer-level motion control products (nanopositioners), piezo ceramics and...
  • MEMSCAP, the leading provider of innovative solutions based on MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) technology, announced today it is the breeding ground for the future champion of the Robocup...
  • A range of complex surgical operations necessary to treat stroke victims, confront hardened arteries or address blockages in the bloodstream are about to be made safer as researchers from the...
  • In the future, tablet-shaped robots could perform some surgical operations without injuring the body. A new publication by the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems of ETH Zurich...
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