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January 12th, 2005
The Descent of Nano
Technology Review has a Q&A interview with MIT's Angela Belcher, who doesn't even like being called a "nanotechnologist." She's "a materials chemist who works on nanosize materials."
Belcher's ultimate goal is to grow replacement organs, but meanwhile, she's come up with some cool uses for biomaterial.
Howard Lovy's NanoBot
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