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  • Like the NIST-coordinated "nanosoccer" events at the 2007 and 2009 RoboCup competitions, the Mobile Microrobotics Challenge will pit tiny robotic contestants against each other in three tests: - latest science and technology news stories

  • RoboCup and NIST are jointly organizing this year’s nanosoccer competition as a demonstration event with plans for it to become the Nanogram League in 2008.

    Nanosoccer debuts at RoboCup 2007 | Impact Lab

  • A microrobot used at the RoboCup 2009 nanosoccer competition by the team from Switzerland's ETH Zurich is compared in size to the head of a fruit fly. - latest science and technology news stories

  • NIST's conducts its nanosoccer competitions and demonstrations in conjunction with RoboCup, an international organization dedicated to using the game of soccer as a testing ground for the robotics technologies of the future.

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  • Device Guru: 'Nanosoccer competitions were first publicly demonstrated last year at the international RoboCup competition... The soccer nanobots, operated by human players via remote-controlled magnetic fields and electrical signals, slide tiny discs around on a 30mm x 30mm playing field. The human players view the competition through an optical microscope.'

    September 23, 2008