Material Science research is now entering a new phase where the structure and properties of materials can be investigated, characterized and controlled at the nanoscale. New and sometimes unexpected material properties appear at the nanoscale, thus bringing new excitement to this research field. In this talk, special emphasis will be given to one-dimensional nanotubes and nanowires because they exhibit unusual physicalproperties, due to their reduced dimensionality and their enhanced surface/volume ratio. These unusual properties have attracted interest in their potential for applications in novel electronic, optical, magnetic and thermoelectric devices.

Another feature of nanotechnology is that it is the one area of  research and development that is truly multidisciplinary. Research at the nanoscale is unified by the need to share knowledge on tools and techniques, as well as information on the physics affecting atomic and molecular interactions in this new realm.

So now we are going to introduce the nano technology into the field of robotics to achieve realistic movements which is a real dream of the human for more than 5 years. By introducing this nervous system to the robot we have exactly 2 advantages that is we can pass information same time and we can also the movements at the same time the cars reached the actual part where the movement as be caused. So we need have some knowledge about nano technology and from these we are going to see what the nano cars means and then how we are going to see the introduction of the nano cars into the neuron system.




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