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April 19th, 2003

Bioengineered nanomachines

Abstract:
Nano-circuit fabrication using a living bacterium? Science fiction seems to have met with reality with the news that researchers at the NASA Ames Research Center, the SETI Institute and the Argonne National Laboratory have demonstrated the assembly of a new generation of tiny machines for electronic and photonic devices built on biological systems.

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CERN Courier

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