30 Jun '17, 8pm

3D printing is turning nano-machines into life-sized workers

3D printing is turning nano-machines into life-sized workers

Nano-machines are on the march By Warren Miller, contributing writer Nano-machines are ultra-tiny mechanical devices fabricated by assembling one atom at a time. These machines have a very wide applicability for operating at the molecular level — attacking diseases, removing pollutants from water and even building other tiny machines or replicating themselves — the possibilities are mind-boggling. Until recently, however, nano-machines only operated at the microscopic level. Now researchers have developed a way of making them produce results that we can see with the naked eye. Nano-machines operate on other tiny, molecular objects, and their activities can be observed using a powerful microscope. Getting nano-machines to do something at a human scale, something one could actually see directly, however, was not possible. That's because nano-machines were difficult to arrang...

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