A Molecule-Making Machine




University of Illinois chemistry professor Martin Burke explains a machine that can assemble complex small molecules from chemical building blocks. This could aid in rapid drug development.
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The Future of Medicine
Nanotechnology
New Materials
Futuristic Technology, A Molecule-Making Machine, Future Medicine, Martin?Burke, 3D-Printer for Small Molecules, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

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