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October 23rd, 2005
Nanotechnology gets complex
Richard Jones: The theme of my book Soft Machines is that the nanomachines of biology operate under quite different design principles from those we are familiar with at the macroscale. These design principles exploit the different physics of the nanoworld, rather than trying to engineer around them.
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