Get a Nanobiotechnology PhD at Cornell

from the when-you-need-that-piece-of-paper dept.
From the press release: "The emerging field of nanobiotechnology could hasten the creation of useful ultra-small devices that mimic living biological systems — if only biologists knew more about nanotechnology and engineers understood more biology. They soon will. Starting in June 2000, the first 12 PhD candidates will hit the laboratories of Cornell University's new W.M. Keck Program in Nanobiotechnology…the devices that will emerge could someday solve human problems: Micro-mobile smart pharmacies, propelled through the human body with biomolecular motors that run on nature's ATPase energy, to dispense precisely metered drugs wherever and whenever cells (such as cancer cells) signal the need."

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