Based on optical matter, new machines could be used to move and manipulate tiny particles
Synthetic DNA nanovaccines enhance killer T cell immunity resulting in tumor control in preclinical studies
Machine enhanced humans — or cyborgs as they are known in science fiction — could be one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to new research Lieber Group at Harvard University, as well as scientists from University of Surrey and Yonsei University.
Using sunlight to drive chemical reactions, such as artificial photosynthesis, could soon become much more efficient thanks to nanomaterials.
Israel’s Nano Dimension uses an inkjet process to print living human tissue in 3D. Next step, a printed liver or heart?
“She discovered that just by using this gel, she could cycle it hundreds of thousands of times without losing any capacity.”
Something as delicate and intricate as nanotechnology couldn’t have been developed without first discovering the structure of atoms and inventing the microscope. But these are all recent advancements, leading us to wonder who in the seven skies built these microscopic ooparts some 300,000 years ago?