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November 14th, 2003

Micro World

Abstract:
A researcher told an audience of about 60 how his company develops micro machines capable of building even smaller machines, which some believe will aid in biomedicine and computing industries. Such tiny machines could be dropped into the bloodstream, for example, and be programmed to seek and destroy cancer cells in the future.

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