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March 7th, 2005
From R&D analysis and pathogen detection to clinical diagnosis and drug delivery, the biomedical applications of nanotechnology, while still in their infancy, are starting to yield real results.
While much of the work is the province of academia, increasingly clinical labs as well as biotech and pharmaceutical companies are getting involved.
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