Articles on: nanogenerator


The biological cell is basically a miniature factory, which contains a large collection of dedicated protein machines. In a Review, Martin van den Heuvel and Cees Dekker look at recent progress in using some of these proteins to move, manipulate or power artificial, nanoscale devices.


Scientists from Georgian Institute of Technology created a prototype nanogenerator that can generate electricity inside a human body. Tiny little devices traveling in our bloodstream while performing complete blood analysis and monitoring our well-being is the future of implantable biosensors. However, these nanorobots will need to be self-powered and there are two ways for achieving […]


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