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Saturday, January 22nd, 2011, 7:13 pm

Nanorobots: the new soldiers of medicine

Writing assignment by anonymous contributor

The nanorobot is an artificial tiny machine that can move on its own. The nanorobot consists of a central unit which can operate inside the human organisms, and of a group of additional units that back the central unit. Its task is to implement certain medical operations on separate organs and tissues. With a successful technology today, the future nanorobots will be able to perform many actions and solve many problems which modern medicine cannot solve. In addition, the nanorobots can cause various atoms and molecules to connect and create new material which can be use as a substitute for important substances in the human body, and the role of certain organs.

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