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July 19th, 2004

Here's the plain deal on biomedical nanobots

Abstract:
This just in from The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, running a Newhouse News Service story: "Today, scientists envision ever-longer lives, boosted by experimental techniques like these: Nanotechnology, which sends tiny robots into the body to strike disease, managing molecules and potentially slowing or even stopping aging. More here." Wow. One week out of a nanotech newsroom, and I guess I've missed some important developments. Apparently, the little robots have migrated from the pants to the rest of the body, striking at disease.

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Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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