Recent Progress on Man-Made Inorganic Nanomachines.

Abstract

The successful development of nanoscale machinery, which can operate with high controllability, high precision, long lifetimes, and tunable driving powers, is pivotal for the realization of future intelligent nanorobots, nanofactories, and advanced biomedical devices. However, the development of nanomachines remains one of the most difficult research areas… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/smll.201500407

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@article{Kim2015RecentPO, title={Recent Progress on Man-Made Inorganic Nanomachines.}, author={Kwanoh Kim and Jianhe Guo and Xiaobin Xu and Donglei Fan}, journal={Small}, year={2015}, volume={11 33}, pages={4037-57} }