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September 5th, 2003
Genetic Engineering News Reports on Advances in Nanobiotechnology
Nanobiotech companies are developing miniaturized components that could revolutionize medical implants, ophthalmic surgery tools, cell manipulators, and nanofluidics, reports Genetic Engineering News. Some firms are manufacturing nanotech systems for homeland security and other applications in national defense, according to two related articles in the September issue of GEN.
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