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March 26th, 2004

Seizing the nano edge

Abstract:
Itís a project to turn science fiction into futuristic reality. At Velbionanotech, a little-known Bangalore-based company, researchers are working on pathbreaking projects that - if successful - might dramatically reduce the need for heart surgery or for kidney stone operations. Whatís the frontier technology Velbionanotech is developing? Itís working on designing nanochips which will deliver a drug exactly to the affected area in the body.

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