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August 22nd, 2003

Small Sensor Sparks Big Interest

Abstract:
"I have no doubt that eventually we will see artificial molecular devices which will possess some or all of the characteristics of life, such as self-assembly, self replication, self-repair and, possibly and most importantly, the capability to evolve. "The single-molecule feature ... represents in principle the ultimate in sensitivity -- you can't do better than detecting a single molecule," said team leader Giovanni Zocchi, assistant professor of physics.

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