Freitas wins Drexler Prize … in year 2050

from the that's-great-but-is-there-any-cash-involved? dept.
The official journal of the Transplantation Society (Graft) has published a "future issue" set in the year 2050, in which Senior Associate Rob Freitas gives a keynote address accepting the 31st Annual Drexler Prize in Nanomedicine on the topic "Respirocytes in Nanomedicine: The Remarkable Story of One of the First Medical Nanorobots Ever Conceived". (Artwork contributed by Senior Associates Forrest Bishop and Philip Van Nedervelde.) Congratulations in advance, Rob!

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