It's built out of DNA and proteins and could be a way of speeding up chemical reactions.
Articles tagged "nanotechnology"
New nanoscale sensing promises cancer treatments without the gambling.
Dislike needles pumping fluids into your body?
And also to do useful things like printing wires and completing circuits.
Oh, and they're etched with light.
IBM made the world's smallest movie with carbon molecules, and a British sculptor made the tiniest physical work of art with a flake of his own hair.
While they're not robots, the UCSD team has developed so-called "nanosponges," which are capable of flowing about a mouse's bloodstream and absorbing lethal toxins.
In the future, heart attacks won't attack. They'll just intimidate.
As absurd as it sounds, the basic idea behind a living computer is pretty straightforward.
By their very nature, microchips are little bitty things, but scientists wants to make them downright invisible – and they’re getting pretty close!
The sci-fi fantasy of curing diseases with microscopic doctor bots is closer than ever. This week, the Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to a new technology that puts microchips in pills to help monitor how your body reacts to medicat…
It's not news that technology is getting smaller, faster, but once things start happening on a molecular level, it starts to get kind of ridiculous. Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology just published breakthrough research in Natur…