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    • CommentAuthormycroft3x
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2010
     (7926.1)
    Morning from the Western Edge of the Country that Thinks It's Alone. Mycroft here. Long time listener, first time caller. I've been keeping my own running list of Science and Awesome for some time now, some of it brought to my attention by Mr. Ellis. I figured I'd share back:

    "José Antonio Plaza...a researcher at...Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona...has demonstrated that silicon chips smaller than cells can be produced, collected, and internalized inside living cells by different techniques (lipofection, phagocytosis or microinjection) and, most significantly, they can be used as intracellular sensors."

    Forget the medicine. I want my targeting heads-up display projected on my retinas. Have at it.

    -Mycroft.