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Nanobots in The Human Body

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We do care about our appearance, and this nanobot technology could be just the solution to a number of appearance and health problems. What is nanotechnology? What is a Nanobot? How It Works * The nanoscale: 1 x 10-9m * Enabled the creation of 'Nanobots' * miniature robots * medical surgeons * protectors of the human body * eventually enable new medical procedures and practices to be put in place * Richard Feynman Introduction * The engineering of functional systems at the molecular level. The Benefits of these Nanobots Application in the Human Body Nanobots in the Human Body on the spot solution major helpers to immune system reduce use of drugs Longer life in circulatory
system Cells targeted directly
= 4 000 x more efficient Increased aesthetics for human
body Quest for new discoveries Average lifespan will increase Reduced death rate healthy on cellular and molecular
level Nanobot destroying damaged cell. Nanobot sucking up plague YouTube Clips Treating arteriosclerosis Cleaning wounds Breaking up blood clots
Helping the body clot Fighting bacteria and small parasitic organisms Kidney stones Sense and detect vessel dilation Aneurysm prevention correct genetic deficiencies enhance interactions between the nervous system and muscles Alzheimers disease
Muscle diseases Fighting cancer Gout Reducing the aging process How about this? Conclusion Functions Virus-like RFID Sensors (Radio Frequency Identification device) Identifies: Proteins Environmental changes Detecting abnormalities Power Supply remote inductive power Protein delivery Components Entry Exit Movement DNA "DNA walking" Can be used for everything Entry via needle injection Flagellum Propellers how it works Kinetic energy Disintegration self-assembled References Used Bogue, R. (2010). Industrial Robot: An international journal. Microrobots and nanorobots: a review of recent developments, 37 (4), 341-346.

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strong blood born
devices clean up * future applications * Albert Hibbs
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