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  • 1. ORGANIZED BY: EEE DEPARTMENT PRESENTED BY: ISRA A.R SINDHU PRIYA .S I-ECE B.TECH PMU NANOROBOTS IN THE MEDICINAL WORLD
  • 2. AGENDA • Introduction • Importance of Nanotechnology • Parts of a Nanorobots • Transmission of Data • Biosensors • Various Applications • Conclusion
  • 3. WHAT IS NANO TECHNOLOGY? “Nanotechnology is the art of manipulating matter at the nanoscale” One nanometer = one billionth of diameter of human hair
  • 4. NANOROBOTS • Nanorobots are microscopic devices • measured on the scale of nanometers.
  • 5. IMPORTANCE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY • Allows the placement of small structures placed with precision, simplicity • Improves the quality of life
  • 6. PARTS OF A NANOROBOT • A mechanical arm • A rotor • Sensors • Microcameras • Payloads • Capacitors
  • 7. INTRODUCTION OF NANOROBOT INSIDE HUMAN BODY
  • 8. TRANSMISSION OF DATA Sensors Transponder CFD (computational Fluid Dynamics)
  • 9. INTERNANOROBOTS COMMUNICATION • Efficient acoustic communication
  • 10. A microscopic Machine - bloodstream 11
  • 11. BIOSENSORS
  • 12. GLYCOCALYX Nanorobots are coated with glycocalyx
  • 13. MEDICINAL APPLICATION • Delivering medication to the exact location • Killing of bacteria, viruses & cancer cells • Repair of damaged tissues • Oxygen transport • Skin and dental care
  • 14. Nano robots can be used in blood cell to detect pathogens.
  • 15. WAY OF CHARGING ELECTROLYTE ELECTRODE CURRENT FLOW
  • 16. Fractal Robots • A new kind of robot • Made from motorized cubic bricks that move under computer control
  • 17. UNKNOWN FACTS • Global market for nanomaterials could hit $1.6 trillion by 2015 • 322 companies- 20 countries
  • 18. Advantages of Nanomedicine • Detection is very easy • No surgery required • Diseases can be easily cured at the initial stage 19
  • 19. Disadvantages • High cost • Implementation difficulties • Development of immune suppression 20
  • 20. FUTURE RESEARCHES • Assembly of fully functional nanorobots • Closed Loop Control and Guidance at the Nano-Scale • Wireless Communication at the Nano- Scale – Data Transfer • Power Generation at the Nanoscale
  • 21. References • Nanorobot for Treatment of Patients with Artery Occlusion http://www.nanorobotdesign.com/papers/cardiology • Nanotechnology and Nanoelectronics by Fahrner. • Requicha A.A.G.,“Nanorobots, NEMS and Nanoassembly”, Proceedings of the IEEE, 91(11):1922- 1933, Nov. 2003. • Nanorobot hardware architecture for Medical Defense. • Nanobots-The Next Cure for Cancer https://sites.google.com/site/fictiontoreality