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September 4th, 2009
Nanotechnology scientists now aim to manipulate molecules and atoms to guide medicines through the body and to create complex computers so small they can hardly be seen.
In the future it is even hypothesised there could be a machine along the lines of a Star Trek replicator with atoms being re-arranged by machine to create anything people want.
But there have long been concerns.
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