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May 10th, 2006

Nanobiotech Infrastructure Growing

The nanomedicine of the future we'd like to see - medical nanorobots capable of repairing age-related cellular damage, for example - will grow from the union of the nanobiotechnology and dry nanotechnology research industries. A good example of present day dry nanotechnology research would be the work of Zyvex; building tools and basic capabilities that will later be turned to medical uses.


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