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February 14th, 2003

Biology to make mini machines

Abstract:
Computers of the future will be built not by factory machines, but by living cells such as bacteria. That at least is the vision which has been outlined by scientists speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting in Denver.

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