Gold.  Nanoparticles.  Human cells.  Go

As these nanomotors move around and bump into structures inside the cells, the live cells show internal mechanical responses that no one has seen before," Tom Mallouk, a professor of materials chemistry and physics at Penn State, said in a press release.

http://www.contriving.net/link/ej

Gold.  Nanoparticles.  Human cells.  Go.

As these nanomotors move around and bump into structures inside the cells, the live cells show internal mechanical responses that no one has seen before,” Tom Mallouk, a professor of materials chemistry and physics at Penn State, said in a press release.

http://www.contriving.net/link/ej

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  1. wow, it's very interesting. I'm actually doing research in nanoparticles, but i never know about this…do you know where i can get more about this?