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June 22nd, 2004
Tiny Tech Makes Strides Down South
Professor Uzi Landman heads a program at Georgia Tech where researchers are trying to build microscopic devices that may one day be capable of restoring damaged nerves or destroying individual cancer cells. "They should have a sensing capability, identifying the cell, attacking the cell and not damaging the environment," Landman said. "That's one use. This will change completely the nature of medicine."
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