Nano robotics@presentation zone
ppt presentation about nano robots used in the feild of medicine
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nano robotics@presentation zone
Rambhauji Lingade Polytechnic College
A SEMINAR REPORT ON ,
Abhijeet V. Deshmukh
Outline of Talk
2. SPECIFICATIONS OF NANOROBOTS
3. RESPIROCYTE – A SIMPLE NANOROBOT
4. AMAZING FACT ABOUT RESPIROCYTE
5. NANOROBOT AND ITS PARTS
6. SENSOR AND CPU SYSTEM OF NANOROBOT
7. TRANSPORT SYSTEM OF NANOROBOT
8. SOURCES OF ENERGY
9. APPLICATION OF NANOROBOT
10. NANOROBOTS IN CANCER TREATMENT
• Robots are
• They range from small,
miniature machines, to
large crane size
INTRODUCTION TO NANOROBOTS
Nano robots are the controllable devices measured
on the scale of Nanometers to perform the tasks in
both Medical and Industrial fields..
Designed by using nanotechnology.
Technique like Atomic Force Microscopy are being
employed to establish a visual interface & to enable
us to sense the molecular structure of These nano
NANOROBOTSThey are made of Carbon atoms in a diamond
structure & light elements such as hydrogen,
oxygen, nitrogen, silicon etc.
Super smooth surfaces.
These are so tiny.
The nanofactories would use nano-scale tools
capable of constructing nanorobots with exact
RESPIROCYTE – A simple Nanorobot
Respirocyte measure about a micron in diameter
and just floats along in the blood stream.
It is a spherical nanorobot made up of 18-billion
Respirocyte can deliver 236 times more oxygen
Per unit volume than a natural red cell.
Nanorobot is for more efficient because its
diamond construction permits a much higher
An imaginary picture of Nanorobot
destroying the infected cell
AMAZING FACT ABOUT RESPIROCYTE
If 15 to 20 of respirocytes are added into our
bloodstream, then we can hold our breath for nearly
4 hours by sitting quietly at the bottom of a
If we were sprinting at top speed, then we could run
for at least 15 minutes before we had to take a
NANOROBOT AND ITS PARTS
It have a wide range of sensors to navigate through
human body and fast molecular identification.
It may have powerful transport subsystem to
molecular deliver system.
Wide range of computer guided nanomanipulator
It may have broadcasting system which can
connect to other nanorobot and macro computers.
Diagrammatical Representation of Nano robot
SENSOR AND CPU SYSTEM OF
TRANSPORT SYSTEM OF
SOURCES OF ENERGY
Glucose / natural body sugars / body heat and
oxygen and other biochemical / molecular parts.
The sources of energy for nanorobot inside human body
By using the energy & mass in the body the nanorobots
can replicate themselves to ‘n’ times.
APPLICATION OF NANOROBOT
1. Electronics and telecommunication field.
In Nano circuits.
2. Biotechnological field.
Molecular / Atomic / Cellular based
Nanorobots in Cancer treatment
Chemotherapy treatment can affect the body health &
also weaken the body strength , but nanorobots
treatment does not have any adverse effects on body.
The traditional treatment of radiation that kills not
only cancer cells but healthy human cells as well,
causing hair loss, fatigue, nausea, depression, and
many other symptoms, but nanorobots detects only
infected cells and destroys them.
DRILLERS,PEEPERS,STRINGERS ENGAGE IN A DELICATE
SURGICAL OPERATION TO REMOVE A CANCER TUMOUR.
Are Nanorobots Harmfull…???
As it introduces entirely new particle, body takes
some time to adjust with it.
Size and shape of nanoparticles determine level of
Damage of robots inside the body can be slightly
pollution free operation.
We can use the technology for more accuracy in
These are used to cure many diseases which are not
possible from ancient methods.
Nanorobots are going to revolutionize the medical
industry in future.
Technology may rule us !
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Department, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI, USA,
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in medicine ”Special Seminar, Department
of Bioengineering, Rice University, Houston TX, USA, April 2005.
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Workspaces with Low Reynolds Number”.
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5. Nanorobots Inside our Bodies?, Roland Piquepaille’s Technology Trends
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