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The combination of micro synthetic structures with bacterial flagella motors represents an actual trend for the construction of self-propelled micro-robots. The development of methods for fabrication of these bacteria-based robots is a first crucial step towards the realization of functional miniature and autonomous moving robots. We present a novel scheme based on optical trapping to fabricate living microrobots. By using holographic optical tweezers that allow three-dimensional manipulationdoi:10.1007/s10544-015-9933-1 pmid:25681045 pmcid:PMC4328111 fatcat:mprwnghed5ga3gxjatfu6qimnm