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What Can Nano do?
First Electric
Motor 1828

          First MEMS
          motor 1988




             ?
First Electric
                  Motor 1828

                            First MEMS
                            motor 1988...
Today
          5 Billion/ ~22nm




 Atomic Scale
20 Billion/~5nm
Single device
   100 nm
     6Y
            20nm                          Nature 437, 1128-1131 (20 October 2005)




Natu...
$10E6 = 128 Qbit Quantum Simulator
arXiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0104569




Scanning probe reading P quantum Dot Qbits 4nm spacing
1/4 nm
D-Bond Qbit
N. Sarkar, 2013



                                                     AFM on chip
J. Micro/Nanolith. MEMS MOEMS. 7(4), 0...
In silicoprotein recognition
IBM Patent 2011

DNA reader on chip (model)
Nature Nanotechnology 5, 697–698 (2010)
Computational Biophysics at UIUC
Nature Biotechnology 30, 344–348 (2012)
UCSD Desktop/AMBER




 DEShaw’s Anton/Desmond


    Solvents,
Ligands, Motion
   1E5 Atoms
Structure 16, 4, 8, 535 (2008)

 EM +
         = Ribosome at <1nm Res
Modeling
The Cell is FULL of stuff!
Slime mold (Dictostelium) cell showing only actin filaments
 and ribosomes. (Max Plank Institut...
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Rob Meagley and Andrew Bleloch at Health Extension Salon #5

Dr. Rob Meagley and Dr. Andrew Bleloch present their focused summary of the recent 2012 Foresight Nanotechnology Conference, answering the question: which will be powerfull enough to intervene in aging processes first: biotechnology or nanotechnology?

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Rob Meagley and Andrew Bleloch at Health Extension Salon #5

  1. 1. Health Extension What Can Nano do?
  2. 2. First Electric Motor 1828 First MEMS motor 1988 ?
  3. 3. First Electric Motor 1828 First MEMS motor 1988 Biological molecular motor (Bacterial flagellum)
  4. 4. Today 5 Billion/ ~22nm Atomic Scale 20 Billion/~5nm
  5. 5. Single device 100 nm 6Y 20nm Nature 437, 1128-1131 (20 October 2005) Nature Nanotechnology 7, 242–246 (2012) Science 335, 6064, 64 (2012)
  6. 6. $10E6 = 128 Qbit Quantum Simulator
  7. 7. arXiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0104569 Scanning probe reading P quantum Dot Qbits 4nm spacing
  8. 8. 1/4 nm D-Bond Qbit
  9. 9. N. Sarkar, 2013 AFM on chip J. Micro/Nanolith. MEMS MOEMS. 7(4), 043035 (2008) DNA lab on chip
  10. 10. In silicoprotein recognition
  11. 11. IBM Patent 2011 DNA reader on chip (model)
  12. 12. Nature Nanotechnology 5, 697–698 (2010)
  13. 13. Computational Biophysics at UIUC
  14. 14. Nature Biotechnology 30, 344–348 (2012)
  15. 15. UCSD Desktop/AMBER DEShaw’s Anton/Desmond Solvents, Ligands, Motion 1E5 Atoms
  16. 16. Structure 16, 4, 8, 535 (2008) EM + = Ribosome at <1nm Res Modeling
  17. 17. The Cell is FULL of stuff! Slime mold (Dictostelium) cell showing only actin filaments and ribosomes. (Max Plank Institute – Baumeister Group)

Dr. Rob Meagley and Dr. Andrew Bleloch present their focused summary of the recent 2012 Foresight Nanotechnology Conference, answering the question: which will be powerfull enough to intervene in aging processes first: biotechnology or nanotechnology?

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