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ESC speaker to describe emerging bio-ASICs

2/4/2010 04:00 PM EST
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re: ESC speaker to describe emerging bio-ASICs
danielgibson   5/11/2012 3:58:35 AM
Nanotechnology has opened up possibilities in many areas of science, and in medical science, the future is quite exciting. Using the nanoscale chips to monitor cells would deliver therapy to individual cells just sounds like something straight out of a science fiction novel. It sounds too good to be true, but I know science will find a way to make it happen. Daniel -

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