Nanorobotics is the emerging technology field creating machines or robots whose components are at or close to the scale of a nanometer (10−9 meters). More specifically, nanorobotics refers to the nanotechnology engineering discipline of designing and building nanorobots, with devices ranging in size from 0.1-10 micrometers and constructed of nanoscale or molecular components. The names nanobots, nanoids, nanites, nanomachines or nanomites have also been used to describe these devices currently under research and development.continue..

In this article, we'll learn about the potential applications of nanorobots, the various ways nanorobots will navigate and move through our bodies, the tools they will use to heal patients, the progress teams around the world have made so far and what theorists see in the future. In the next section, we'll learn about the conditions and diseases nanorobots will treat in the future.continue..

Basic nanomachines are already in use. Nanobots will be the next generation of nanomachines. Advanced nanobots will be able to sense and adapt to environmental stimuli such as heat, light, sounds, surface textures, and chemicals; perform complex calculations; move, communicate, and work together; conduct molecular assembly; and, to some extent, repair or even replicate themselves. is an informational site that provides information on both recent developments and future applications at the intersection of nanotechnology and robotics. Nanotechnology is the science and application of creating objects on a level smaller than 100 nanometers. continue..

At this time there are no nanobots anywhere we know of, so if anybody has some, I don't know what they use them for. So far, nanobots are just a science-fiction idea, an idea which might come true little by little, and mostly not within the next lifetime. Maybe it'll be well along a few lifetimes after that. continue..

Nanobots are incredibly tiny robots, down at a microscopic scale. The name comes from a combination of the nanometer, the scale the devices are built at, and robot. Nanobots have been popular staples in science fiction for some time, and have experienced periods of relative popularity among futurist communities. Although they have been created in a biological context, no actual mechanical nanobots have yet been created, but they remain an area of active research and hold a great deal of promise for a number of fields. The term nanobots may also be occasionally used to describe a macro-robot that is able to interact at the nano-scale, using incredibly tiny tools.continue..

One of the potential disadvantages of nanotechnology includes the potential for mass poisoning over a period of time. While nanoscience can produce all kinds of new and improved products, the particles that are created are so incredibly small that they may very well cause eventual health problems in the consumers that use them.Since almost everyone uses a product that has been touched by nanotechnology it is possible that the eventual health effects could be large scale. continue..

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