In the review paper entitled “Powering and Fabrication of Small‐Scale Robotics Systems” we take you on a deep dive into the fabrication and powering of small-scale robotics. We present recent developments of materials and fabrication technologies.
Find the paper published in Current Robotics Reports here.
In a presentation entitled “Soft-hard magnetically driven microrobotic devices”, Fabian talked about the potential of mechanically interlocked small-scaled robots in the biomedical field, especially for drug delivery.
In a presentation entitled “Magnetic small-scale robots: Principles, applications and challenges”, Salvador introduced magnetically driven small-scale robots. He discussed existing and potential applications in the biomedical field and outlined the challenges that will need to be overcome.
In her talk “Evolution, gaps, and trends in the origins of innovation ecosystems”, Irene outlined the importance to understand the process of innovation ecosystem formation. Here, external provision of the necessary conditions, resources, and activities during this period have the highest impact.
In his talk entitled “In flow controlled synthesis of blood clots”, Ramon showed how microfluidic technologies be used to enable a controlled fabrication and localization of blood clots.
In his talk entitled “Microfluidic technologies for chemistry, materials science and biotechnology”, Josep shoed how microfluidic devices can be utilized to uncover pathway complexity as well as to assess drug delivery applications with small-scale robots.
In a presentation entitled “Marrying inorganics and biologics: Opportunities and challenges”, Kirstin presented her work on the interaction between complex biological molecules (such as rtPA) and inorganic materials.