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Scientific Innovations in Nanorobotics

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Scientific Innovations in Nanorobotics
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Nanorobotics is a part of nanotechnology engineering which is still under experiment stage. It is the technology of creating machines, designing and building robots close to or in the nanoscale dimensional range. This concept is still remains in the theoretical range since no robot or machine have taken the physical manifestation till date. Nanorobots are expected to have useful applications in the fields of nanomedicine in treatment and diagnosis of complex diseases and DNA technology.

Scientific Innovations in nanorobotics doesn’t seem to be a farfetched dream from the research articles collected in scientific journals such as Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences. These journals act as record keepers for the researcher and scientists to advance this branch of scientific technology.



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