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December 7th, 2006
You need a special microscope to see it, but this DNA robot has an arm and it can practically wave at you.
It's more of a Frankenstein-like "from the shoulder" kind of wave, than a royal pivot of the wrist. But the movement is the first good example of controlled motion in a nano-sized robot.
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