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The research team used a bat sonar and hunting, command nano robots "round up" brain tumor – Sohu technology research the human brain the deepest secret is not easy, however, if the micro nano robot sent a tiny brain to explore, it will be of great help. … this is a whimsical yet and tempting, however, the problem is how to command these miniature robot. From the Athens State Polytechnic University (National Technical University of Athens) a research team has put forward movement and positioning by using the acoustic positioning and hunting command nano robots, and last month in Orlando, Florida in the United States IEEE in medicine and Biology Society Conference (IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society meeting) report the computer simulation results, said only four micro robot can locate a small tumor in a few minutes. Engineers around the world are working on the development of a variety of nano robots, especially in the human body to control the release of drugs. However, the Panagiotis Katrakazas research team from the National Institute of technology, Athens, but the use of nano robots to detect brain deep brain damage is more difficult to find. Katrakazas said, "the whole idea is the nanobots injected into the body by using nano robot in the brain to find the exact location of sports injury, and later injury treated with medication or surgery." The Katrakazas team is currently studying along the nano robot neuron crawling, nano robots will determine whether the "pinch" healthy neurons: Health neurons with electrical signal response, and the damaged neurons are not. The biggest challenge, however, is how to make the robots work together. Katrakazas came up with a description of the bat cluster behavior algorithm, this algorithm by other researchers according to the bat sends an acoustic signal to navigate and hunt for food establishment. The Katrakazas team has now applied the algorithm to a device similar to the EEG (EEG scanner) to simulate the bat’s way of sending a sound signal to the person wearing the device. The team hopes to use this kind of acoustic signal for the brain of the micro nano robot navigation, said the simulation has been used to test this method. However, in the human body test this kind of "bat" nano robot still has a long way to go. From the University of Sheffield (University of Sheffield) Roderick · Gross (Roderich Gross) believes that the first problem is it is not clear what kind of technology can make this kind of Micro Robot Perception and acoustic emission signal. Katrakazas said it expects to see a few years later相关的主题文章: