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posted in December 2000

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DNA-based sensor chip detects metals in real-time
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12/28/2000   2 comments
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed an inexpensive, real-time sensor technology that harnesses living DNA to detect dangerous metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium.
Quantum Will Be the 'Normal' State
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Time to Engineer DNA Computers
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Design for quantum computer proposed
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Work at IBM Corp. on the theory and practice of quantum computing suggests that the industry may be closer to practical CPUs that could process information in the form of quantum bits, or "qubits," rather than conventional binary bits.


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