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Part biological, part not: blended nanomaterials have surprising properties.
Artificial antibodies could sniff out viruses and toxins
The new NanoMechanical Technology Laboratory brings a burgeoning field closer to the real world.
High-tech imaging takes the guesswork out of diagnosis.
Computer memory could soon earn the ultimate commercial validation: the cheap plastic knock-off.
Medical treatment will be tailored to your genetic profile.
Pathogen-specific sugars may be the key to diagnosing disease.
Electronic components the size of molecules could test for diseases and provide personal DNA profiles on demand.
Bringing artificial bones to life.