Smallest microelectronic robot
Vineeth K. Bandari, Prof. Dr. Feng Zhu, Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt
800000 nanometre(s)
Germany (Chemnitz)

The smallest microelectronic robot is 800000 nanometres and was achieved by Vineeth K. Bandari (India), Prof. Dr. Feng Zhu (China) and Prof. Dr. Oliver G. Schmidt (Germany), in Chemnitz, Germany, on 20 March 2020.

Microelectronic robots could be of great help for future biomedical applications, e.g. microsurgery, targeted drug delivery, artificial fertilization and much more.

The smaller the robot the more promising the application potential.