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February 16th, 2007
A SCIENTIST at the cutting edge of bionic technology blending flesh and machine will give a talk to businesses over breakfast.
Dr Keith Firman is leader of a University of Portsmouth team who have developed a miniscule biomotor - the first building block between man and robot, as fictionally portrayed by Lee Majors in 1970s TV show the Six Million Dollar Man.
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