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July 10th, 2007

Attosyringe shows potential

Abstract:
Andreas Bruckbauer, a chemist working on nanodispensers at the University of Cambridge, UK, said the technique was neat, and would be useful for cellular use. 'It is surprisingly simple and overcomes current problems to control the amount of liquid injected' he said. Mirkin intends to develop the attosyringe for other applications, particularly as a pump in nanofluidics.

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