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Special Issue on Micro-/Nanorobotics

Prof Hongsoo Choi, Wen Li, Prof Li Zhang

  1. This paper researches the design and control method of a microrobot in a microfluidic system by electromagnetic field. The microrobot can move along the microchannel to a required position, and by changing the...

    Authors: Jingyi Wang, Niandong Jiao, Steve Tung and Lianqing Liu
    Citation: Robotics and Biomimetics 2014 1:18
  2. A visual-based approach for identifying living cells and performing the automated patch clamp recording was reported. Based on the image processing and blob detection algorithm, the vision-based method was dev...

    Authors: Runhuai Yang, Chi Ho Tam, Ka Lun Cheung, Kai Chun Wong, Ning Xi, Jie Yang and King Wai Chiu Lai
    Citation: Robotics and Biomimetics 2014 1:20
  3. Transferring skills from a biological organism to a hyper-redundant system is a challenging task, especially when the two agents have very different structure/embodiment and evolve in different environments. I...

    Authors: Milad S Malekzadeh, Sylvain Calinon, Danilo Bruno and Darwin G Caldwell
    Citation: Robotics and Biomimetics 2014 1:13
  4. In the last decade, it was demonstrated that tubular micromotors are of potential interest for environmental, sensing, and medical applications. Even though catalytic micromotors rely on toxic fuel for their p...

    Authors: Veronika Magdanz, Maria Guix and Oliver G Schmidt
    Citation: Robotics and Biomimetics 2014 1:11