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Nanospring pill could detect cancer cells

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Posted on Nov 11, 2003, 3 p.m. By Bill Freeman

ZDNET Australia reports how A tiny structure developed by scientists at Georgia Tech could be used to detect single molecules, or as a key component in nano-devices. Scientists at the US Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) have developed a tiny "nanospring" structure that could be used to detect individual molecules, possibly creating an extremely sensitive method of detecting cancer.

ZDNET Australia reports how A tiny structure developed by scientists at Georgia Tech could be used to detect single molecules, or as a key component in nano-devices. Scientists at the US Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) have developed a tiny "nanospring" structure that could be used to detect individual molecules, possibly creating an extremely sensitive method of detecting cancer. The nanosprings could also be used to activate devices built on a molecular scale.

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