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April 11th, 2007
Australian scientists are working in billionths of a metre to cure disease, sharpen eyesight, strengthen bones and even help us hold our breath longer. Owen Thomson reports.
The year is 2027 and you're feeling decidedly unwell. Suspecting something a little more sinister than a common cold, your GP takes a sample of your saliva with a small dipstick-shaped implement coated in sensitive high-tech nanoparticles.
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