<$BlogRSDUrl$> Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant
Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Author/Speaker/Consultant
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Wednesday, May 18, 2005  


Initial uses of nanorobots to health care are likely to emerge within the next ten years with potentially broad biomedical applications. The ongoing developments of molecular-scale electronics, sensors and motors are expected to enable microscopic robots with dimensions comparable to bacteria. Recent developments on the field of biomolecular computing has demonstrated positively the feasibility of processing logic tasks by bio-computers, which is a promising first step to enable future nanoprocessors with increasingly complexity. Studies in the sense of building biosensors and nano-kinetic devices, which is required to enable nanorobots operation and locomotion, has been advanced recently too. Moreover, classical objections related to the real feasibility of nanotechnology, such as quantum mechanics, thermal motions and friction, has been considered and resolved and discussions about the manufacturing of nanodevises is growing up. Developing nanoscale robots presents difficult fabrication and control challenges. The control design and the development of complex nanosystems with high performance can be well analysed and addressed via simulation to help pave the way for future use of nanorobots in biomedical engineering problems. This is an excellent portal on NanoRobotics with sections on: 1) NanoRobotics Papers, 2) NanoRobotics Articles, and 3) NanoRobot Design - News Network. This will be added to Healthcare Resources 2005 Internet MiniGuide.

posted by Marcus Zillman | 4:15 AM
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