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October 2nd, 2006
Seeing Molecular Machines
Chris Phoenix: Major hat-tip to Michael Vassar for the pointer to this excellent, inspiring, fascinating animation of molecular processes in a cell.
There's a saying that "The medium is the message." The message of this medium is: The nanoscale is accessible.
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