Feynman Prize for Theory: Christian Joachim, France

Now speaking is Christian Joachim of France, who last night was awarded the 2005 Foresight Institute Feynman Prize for Theory. He just finished explaining his uni-molecular “wheelbarrow” and now is covering his molecular Morse manipulator. First he designs and evaluates computationally, then he builds the device. Now he is showing a design for 1/2 of an adder, published in 2003. Next, a Wheatstone bridge. Then, a monomolecular AND gate. Again, see the press release for the reason his won the Feynman Prize this year.

Apologies for any errors in the above. This is very technical stuff and I don’t pretend to understand it all! —Christine

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