Article - 12 Dec 2022
Nanobots, due to their nanoscale, require an equally small yet powerful energy source. Learn about how they are powered in this article.
Article - 15 Jun 2021
Tiny, nano-sized robots are currently disrupting the field of biomedicine, with particular advancements occurring in applications such as cancer diagnosis and drug delivery.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCSD is a great department that just keeps getting better. As a doctoral degree granting university, UCSD was ranked among the top 10 by the National...
News - 16 Nov 2022
Micro/nanorobots have been extensively explored for biomedical applications because of their efficiency in targeted therapy and their accuracy in performing local diagnosis. Magnetic micro/nanorobots...
News - 17 May 2022
A new study by scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Theranautilus, an IISc-incubated firm, indicates that nano-sized robots operated with a magnetic field might help destroy...
News - 14 Jan 2022
A group of researchers utilized magnetic nanorobots (MNRs) as movable immunoassay sensors to allow an approach for automatic and extremely effective ELISA analysis, in an article...
News - 7 Dec 2020
Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have solved a significant design challenge on the way to regulating the dimensions of so-called DNA nanobots—structures that get...
News - 1 Dec 2017
Although nanorobots have been a feature of science fiction stories for several years, its potential ranges from drug delivery and cancer diagnosis to tissue repair and more. A huge obstacle to these...
News - 4 Oct 2012
As Quantum International Corp. (OTCBB: QUAN) explores the potential of tiny nanobots to revolutionize medicine, new robotics breakthroughs could soon pave the way for a potential cure for cancer....
News - 29 Apr 2008
The first real steps towards building a microscopic device that can construct nano machines have been taken by US researchers. Writing in the peer-reviewed publication, International Journal of...