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  • n. a nanoscale robot

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Examples

  • A generous upper limit to the speed of a nanorobot flying through air or swimming through water would be a tenth of an inch per second, barely fast enough to chase a snail.

    The Future Needs Us!

  • In the final scene, Jack is back with his kids, wondering whether the nanorobots are gone for good, or whether the Xymos corporation may still be developing other nanorobot projects that will turn into nightmares.

    The Future Needs Us!

  • Flying through air, for a nanorobot the size of a red blood cell, would be like swimming through molasses for a human being.

    The Future Needs Us!

  • A molecular nanorobot dubbed a 'spider' and labeled with green dyes moves along a DNA track to its red-labeled goal

    Latest Articles

  • A molecular nanorobot dubbed a 'spider' and labeled with green dyes moves along a DNA track to its red-labeled goal.

    Impact Lab

  • The following topics are dealt with: microrobot; nanorobot; force sensing; tactile sensing; robot kinematics; smart actuators; intelligent vehicles; humanoid robot; …

    IEEE Spectrum

  • The ultimate tool of nanomedicine is the medical nanorobot - a robot the size of a bacterium, composed of molecule-size parts somewhat resembling macroscale gears, bearings, and ratchets.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Built from DNA, the new nanorobot measures approximately 150 x 50 x 8 nanometers.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • After years of research, a team of chemists from NYU and China's Nanjing University has created a two-armed nanorobot with the ability to alter and exchange pieces of genetic code.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • It was some sort of a nanorobot, which was tested on lab rats.

    Pravda.Ru

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