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Manipulation of cells on microchip

Video shows E. coli cells being manipulated on a silicon chip using 'optical tweezers' to form the letters 'MIT.' Video by Lang and Appleyard, MIT. MORE

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Maybe our grandchildren will see even more incredible technology than that… i.e…. If we don't NUK ourselves out of existence… Alfred E. Neuman – Member – American Mensa

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