Key development areas: Biosensor, nanobioelectronics and nanorobotics for in vivo nanomedicine application in diabetes, cancer, cardiology, and brain aneurysm.

 

CAN Center for Automation in Nanobiotech NPO develops biotechnology focused on nanotechnologies for implementation of innovative integrated systems. The equipment prototyping at CAN should enable new treatments through in vivo diagnosis, drug delivery and surgery. Our key objective is to provide new effective medical devices and therapy as practical experimental nanorobot solutions for the development of applied nanobiotechnology.

 

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Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, in Multilayer Architectures Based on a-SiC: H Material: Tunable Wavelength Filters in Optical Processing Devices, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, American Scientific Publishers, June 2011.

Paper downloaded 9786, IOP, Nanotechnology, June 2011.

Nanorobot hardware architecture for medical defense, in Fabrication and Evaluation of Nanoparticle-Based Biosensors, Biosensor Nanomaterials, Wiley, March 2011.

Medical nanorobotics for diabetes control, in Ultrahigh Throughput Screening System for Directed Glucose Oxidase Evolution in Yeast Cells, Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, Bentham Science, January 2011.

Nanorobot hardware architecture for medical defense, in Biotechnology in Surgery, Updates in Surgery, Springer, December 2010.

Biotechnology for the 21st Century workshop, The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP), Alexandria, VA, USA, August 2010.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, in Nanoparticle-labeled stem cells: a novel therapeutic vehicle, Clinical Pharmacology: Advances and Applications, Dovepress, March 2010.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, Biology and medicine, Best of 2008 and 2009, in Nanotechnology, IOP, January 2010.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, in State of the art, Strategic Applications Agenda, Working Group on Leading Edge Application, eMobility, FP7, January 2010.

Assembly Automation with Evolutionary Nanorobots and Sensor-Based Control applied to Nanomedicine, in Emerging Robotics, New Technologies in Urology, New Techniques in Surgery, Springer, January 2010.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, in Carbon nanotubes towards medicinal biochips, Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews, November 2009.

Assembly Automation with Evolutionary Nanorobots and Sensor-Based Control applied to Nanomedicine, in 980-nm Laser-Driven Photovoltaic Cells Based on Rare-Earth Up-Converting Phosphors for Biomedical Applications, Wiley Interscience, Advanced Functional Materials, November 2009.

Nanorobot Invention and Linux: The Open Technology Factor, Nanotechnology News, Google News, October 2009.

Nanorobot Invention and Linux: The Open Technology Factor - An Open Letter to UNO General Secretary, Recent News, Nanotechnology News Only, October 2009.

Nanorobot Invention and Linux: The Open Technology Factor - An Open Letter to UNO General Secretary, News, Your Gateway to Everything Nanotech, Nanotechnology Now, October 2009.

Three share 2009 Nobel Prize in physics, Science Los Angeles Times, October 2009.

Australian wins Nobel Prize for medicine, World News Australia, October 2009.

Nanorobot Hardware, Nanorobotics Invention, Google, October 2009.

Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Laureates, NewsWire BusinessWeek, October 2009.

Nobel Prize for Physics 2009, Phisics News IOP, October 2009.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, in Translational nanomedicine: status assessment and opportunities, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, September 2009.

Nanorobot, Nanorobot Inventor, Find it all, AlltheWeb, September 2009.

Nanorobot hardware architecture for medical defense, in Nanotechnology in joint replacement, Nanomedicine & Nanobiotechnology, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews, September 2009.

Nanorobot, Nanorobot Inventor, Go get it!, Lycos, September 2009.

Nanorobot hardware architecture for medical defense, in Reconstructing the Whole: Present and Future of Personal Health Systems, PHS2020, FP7, August 2009.

Nanorobotics Control Design and 3D Simulation, Nanorobotics Inventor, Nanotechnology Information, Company Listings, NanoVIP, July 2009.

New Nanorobotic Ideas, in The Universal Access Handbook, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, June 2009.

Nanorobot for Brain Aneurysm, Business Exchange, BusinessWeek, March 2009.

Medical nanorobotics for diabetes control, Medical Need, Patient Research Beta, Elsevier, March 2009.

Nanorobot for Brain Aneurysm, Emerging Technology Trends, Chris Jablonski, ZDNet, March 2009.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behavior approach for medicine, in Robotic Technology, Urologic Robotic Surgery in Clinical Practice, Springer, March 2009.

Cambridge Illustrated History of Surgery, Cambridge University Press, January 2009.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, Biology and medicine, Most-accessed articles from 2008 and 2007, in Nanotechnology, IOP, January 2009.

Nanorobot Hardware Architecture for Medical Defense, Sensors, in Calcium orthophosphate-based biocomposites and hybrid biomaterials, Journal of Material Science, Springer, January 2009.

Nanorobots for laparoscopic cancer surgery, in Biological Research in the Evolution of Cancer Surgery: A Personal Perspective, Cancer Research, American Association for Cancer Research, December 2008.

Nanorobot pioneer reveals status of simulator, stem cell work, in Nano- and microrobotics: how far is the reality?, Expert Review of Anticancer Therapy, December 2008.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, INIST-CNRS, December 2008.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, NewsFeeds, Nanotech Clearinghouse, December 2008.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behavior approach for medicine, in Simulation in robotics, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, December 2008.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, BioMedExperts, November 2008.

Nanorobot pioneer reveals status of simulator, stem cell work, in The Unmanned Voyage: An Examination of Nanorobotic Liability, Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology, LexisNexis, October 2008.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in The Emergence of Bioinformatics: Historical Perspective, Quick Overview and Future Trends, Bioinformatics in Cancer and Cancer Therapy, October 2008.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, in Comparing Three Simulated Strategies for Cancer Monitoring with Nanorobots, Springer, October 2008.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, Nanosensor, MedLibrary, October 2008.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, in A vision of dental education in the third millennium, British Dental Journal, Nature, September 2008.

Nanorobot architecture for medical target identification, in Nanonetworks: A new communication paradigm, Computer Networks, August 2008.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, Nanomedicine Research, Nano-biology, Ion Channel Media Group, July 2008.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, Scientific Network, Research Gate, July 2008.

Nanorobotics control design: A collective behavior approach for medicine, in The future of cerebral surgery: A kaleidoscope of opportunities, Neurosurgery, June 2008.

Autonomous Multi-Robot Sensor-Based Cooperation for Nanomedicine, in Encyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems, June 2008.

CAN Center for Automation in Nanobiotech, Companies, NanoWerk, June 2008.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, Yonsei Proteome Research Center, May 2008.

Nanorobots to improve health care, Emerging Technology Trends, Roland Piquepaille, Where Technology Means Business, ZDNet, May 2008.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes Control, in Re-Engineering Basic and Clinical Research to Catalyze Translational Nanoscience, NSF Report, University of Southern California, March 2008.

Software Provides Peek into the Body - and the Future, Special Feature: Emerging Technologies, Medical Product Manufacturing News, Canon Communications LLC, Vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 22-23, March 2008.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behavior approach for medicine, in Neurosurgery in The Realm of 10-9, Part 2: Applications of Nanotechnology to Neurosurgery-Present and Future, Neurosurgery, February 2008.

Nanorobot Manufacturing for Medicine, Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Technical Insights, Frost & Sullivan, January 2008.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, Use of nanodevices in DNA delivery, McFarland, Appropedia, January 2008.

Researchers Eye Software for Nanorobots, Featured Articles, NanoScienceWorks.Org, Taylor & Francis Group, January 2008.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behaviour approach for medicine, in Neuroprotection at the Nanolevel - Part I Introduction to Nanoneurosurgery, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News, Material Science Nanotechnology Nanobiotech, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News, Applied Science Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Equipment, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News & Articles, Connecting The Global Electronics Supply Chain, I-Connect007, December 2007.

Nanorobots for drug delivery?, News, Life Science Biology Proteomics, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Nanorobots for drug delivery?, News, Material Science Nanotechnology Nanoelectronics, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Nanorobots for drug delivery?, News, Material Science Nanotechnology Nanobiotech, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News, Your Gateway to Everything Nanotech, Nanotechnology Now, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News, Computer Science Information Virtual Reality, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Nanorobots for drug delivery?, How new technologies are modifying our way of life, Emerging Technology Trends, Roland Piquepaille, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, News, Material Science Nanotechnology Nanoelectronics, The Technology Trading Exchange, Tynax, December 2007.

Virtual 3D nanorobots could lead to real cancer-fighting technology, Science Physics Tech Nano News, PhysOrg, December 2007.

Nanorobot  for drug delivery and diagnosis, Lab Talk, Science Applications Industry, Nanotechweb, IOP, December 2007.

CAN Center for Automation in Nanobiotech, Nanobiotechnology, External Links, Wikipedia - The free encyclopedia, December 2007.

Nanorobotic Challenges in Biomedical Applications, Design and Control, in ECE2195 Biomedical Computing, Fall 2007, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Pittsburgh,  Pittsburgh PA, USA, November 2007.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, in Prospects for Medical Robots, Journal of Nanotechnology Online, Azonano, November 2007.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in Minimizing the photobleaching of self-assembled multilayers for sensor applications, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, September 2007.

Nanorobots for Laparoscopic Cancer Surgery, Scientific Network, Research Gate, August 2007.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, in Nanotechnology: Huge Future for Small Innovation, Cover Story, Medical Design Technology, July 2007.

Assembly Automation with Evolutionary Nanorobots and Sensor-Based Control applied to Nanomedicine, in Coordinating Microscopic Robots in Viscous Fluids, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, Springer, June 2007.

CAN Center for Automation in Nanobiotech, Building Sector Leaders in Life Sciences, Healthcare & Wellness, TSG, June 2007.

Collective robotics coherent behavior for nanosystems with sensor-based neural motion, in Multirobot-Based Nanoassembly Planning with Automated Path Generation, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, June 2007.

Medical Nanorobot Architecture Based on Nanobioelectronics, in Equipment and Technology in Robotics, Urology Robotic Surgery, Arch. Esp. Urol., May 2007.

Medical nanorobot architecture based on nanobioelectronics, Scientific Network, Research Gate, February 2007.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in Molecular Computation and Evolutionary Wetware: A Cutting-Edge Technology for Artificial Life and Nanobiotechnologies, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, May 2007.

Medical Nanorobotics for Diabetes, Nanotechnology Interviews, The International Nanotechnology Business Directory, NanoVIP, January 2007.

New nanorobotic ideas, in Over the Horizon: Potential Impact of Emerging Trends in Information and Communication Technology on Disability Policy and Practice, National Council on Disability, Washington DC, December 2006.

Autonomous multi-robot sensor-based cooperation for nanomedicine, in Mobile Microscopic Sensors for High-Resolution in vivo Diagnostics, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, December 2006.

CMOS-based Nanorobot to Combat Cancer, in "Nano": The new nemesis of cancer, Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics, December 2006.

Robots in Surgery, in Robotic Technology in Urology, Postgraduate Medical Journal, November 2006.

Nanorobots for Cardiology, NanoScience Today, November 2006.

Developments on Nanorobots with System on Chip May Advance Cancer Diagnosis, Cancer Treatment, Health Care News Articles, eMaxHealth, October 2006.

Ideas: A History of Thought and Invention, HarperCollins Publishers, Barnes & Noble, September 2006.

Autonomous multi-robot sensor-based cooperation for nanomedicine, in Pulsed laser deposition of functionally gradient diamondlike carbon-metal nanocomposites, Diamond and Related Materials, Materials Science, Top 25 Hottest Articles, Science Direct, August 2006.

Nanorobotics, Other Useful Links, Bionanotechnology Knowledge Repository, Center for Advanced Engineering Environments, Nasa, ODU, August 2006.

Nanorobotics control design: A collective behavior approach for medicine, in Nanotechnology: Intelligent design to treat complex disease, Pharmaceutical Research, Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer, NCI National Cancer Institute, July 2006.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in Intelligent Sensors: Nano technology Enabled Sensors, Nanosensors, Sensor Networks, Australian Research Council, July 2006.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in Toward the emergence of nanoneurosurgery: Part III - Nanomedicine: Targeted nanotherapy, nanosurgery, and progress toward the realization of nanoneurosurgery, Neurosurgery, June 2006.

Nanorobotic Challenges in Biomedical Applications, Design and Control, in C-NEMS Applications in Biomedical, Materials Engineering 297 - Special Topics: Applications of Nano Materials, San Jose State University, June 2006.

Nanorobotics control design: a practical approach tutorial, in Tissue Engineering and Artificial Organs, The Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Taylor & Francis CRC Press, May 2006.

Science and Technology in World History, Johns Hopkins University Press, Barnes & Noble, April 2006.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine, in Nanorobot: A versatile tool in nanomedicine, Journal of Drug Targeting, February 2006.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behavior approach for medicine, MeSH Terms, PubMed, National Center for Biotechnology Information, NIH National Institutes of Health, January 2006.

Assembly automation with evolutionary nanorobots and sensor-based control applied to nanomedicine,Journal Article, Research Guides, Council of Science Editors, Boston University Libraries, October 2005.

Nanorobotics control design: a collective behavior approach for medicine, in A Review of Research in the Field of Nanorobotics, Sandia Report, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, US Department of Energy, October 2005.

Center for Automation in Nanobiotech: Nanorobotics, 3D Simulations, Sci-Tech Library Newsletter, SU Lair Stanford University Libraries & Academic Information Resources, June 2005.

Nanorobotic challenges in biomedical applications, design and control, in Laparoscopic Surgery: Current Status, Issues and Future Developments, Surgeon, June 2005.

Center for Automation in Nanobiotech: Nanorobotics, 3-D Simulations, Topic in Depth, NSF - The NSDL Scout Report, April 2005.

Nanorobotics Control Design: A Practical Approach Tutorial, in Bio-Nanorobotics: State of the Art and Future Challenges, Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Bio-Nano Robotics, CRC Press, March 2005.

Autonomous multi-robot sensor-based cooperation for nanomedicine, in Nanostructured ceramics in medical devices: Applications and prospects, JOM, October 2004.

Nanorobot pioneer reveals status of simulator, stem cell work, News, Nanotechnology Now, September 2004.

Nanorobot pioneer reveals status of simulator, stem cell work, The Global Nanobiotechnology Intelligence Source, NanoBiotech News, NHI Publications, Vol. 2, n. 36, pp. 4-5, September 2004.

Nanorobotics Control, Nanorobotics: Nanotechnology, Chemistry Biology, Info Center ETHZ, September 2004.

Robots in the Body, Genome News Network, August 2004.

 

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