University of Toronto – Diller Microrobotics Lab

Organizational focus: The Diller Microrobotics Lab develops the next generation of wirelessly piloted tiny robots.

Who they are: Based at the University of Toronto, the Diller Microrobotics Lab develops new approaches to non-invasive medical procedures, micro-fabrication, and scientific tools. The lab enables these innovations by shrinking robots’ mechanical and electrical components to centimetre, millimetre, or even micrometre sizes.

What they offer: The lab offers research and development services related to novel microfabrication and control techniques while using magnetic fields and other smart-material operation methods to make mobile devices that could automate processes for better patient care. This includes initiatives related to fabrication (actuation, control, and tracking) and microrobots for medical applications like surgery. 


University of Toronto- Diller Microrobotics Lab
170 College St
Toronto, ON
M5T 1P7

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Published: June 5, 2024

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