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Artificial Organs with Nanotechnology and Development of the New Diagnosis Tool

@inproceedings{Yambe2009ArtificialOW,
  title={Artificial Organs with Nanotechnology and Development of the New Diagnosis Tool},
  author={T. Yambe},
  year={2009}
}
The Aim of the research in the Medical Engineering field is the development of the new diagnosis tool and therapeutic tools for the medical fields. One example of the research theme is an artificial internal organs based on Nano-technology. As for an implantable type artificial organ, a space for implantation is restricted. Therefore, micro device development is indispensable. Nanotechnology and micromachining technology development are very important. In Tohoku University, various artificial… Expand

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