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November 17th, 2004

Lasers drive nano locomotive

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A researcher from Texas A&M University and Fudan University in China has designed a laser-powered molecular locomotive that runs along a molecular track and can generate a pulling force ten times greater than that of kinesin, a biological molecular motor.

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