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Israël : la révolution des nanotechnologies naturelles - siliconwadi.fr

Israël : la révolution des nanotechnologies naturelles - siliconwadi.fr | NBIC | Scoop.it
“siliconwadi.fr Israël : la révolution des nanotechnologies naturelles siliconwadi.fr A l'heure de la révolution des nanotechnologies, la start-up israélienne StoreDot a développé une technologie de pointe qui consiste à apposer des Nanodots...”
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Moins polluant, vraisemblablement moins coûteux ... Un sujet a suivre
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De l’homme augmenté au transhumanisme

De l’homme augmenté au transhumanisme | NBIC | Scoop.it
Des « technoprophètes », qui ne sont pas tous des illuminés, rêvent l’avènement d’une nouvelle humanité. Science-fiction? Plus seulement.
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Nanomotors that are controlled, for the first time, inside living cells | KurzweilAI

Nanomotors that are controlled, for the first time, inside living cells | KurzweilAI | NBIC | Scoop.it

Penn State University chemists and engineers have, for the first time, placed tiny synthetic motors inside live human cells in a lab, propelled them with ultrasonic waves, and steered them magnetically.

The Penn State nanomotors are the closest so far to a “Fantastic Voyage” concept (without the miniature people).

The nanomotors, which are rocket-shaped gold rods ~300 nanometers in diameter and ~3 microns long, move around inside the cells, spinning and battering against the cell membrane.

The nanomotors are activated by resonant ultrasound operating at ~4 MHz, and show axial propulsion as well as spinning.

 


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