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August 28th, 2005

These 'bots are made for walkin'

Abstract:
Howard Lovy: Do you remember the "DNA walker" that made headlines last year?

I hadn't gone through recent nanotech patents and applications in a while, so when I was browsing through them yesterday I was pleased that New York University chemist Nadrian Seeman and his colleague William Sherman had filed a patent application in June.

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