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Just as chip manufacturers reach the limits of silicon's abilities, nanotechnology will save the day with self-assembling "molecular computers." Sound too good to be true? It is.
Almost forgotten today, J.C.R. Licklider mentored the generation that created computing as we know it.
Minuscule "smart bombs" that find cancer cells, kill them with the help of lasers and report the kills. Sound crazy? Guess again. That treatment scenario may be less than a decade away.
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If biologists can learn to use devices only a few billionths of a meter across, they could get a far better view of life's processes. They may even find ways to tinker with the machinery of life, death and disease. Welcome to the world of "nanomedicine."