Sandy Carroll Information networks

This scenario could entail the internet on steroids - no requirement to sit in front of a keyboard or mouse to access what you are looking for - simply tune in and have access to anything you can think about at the cost of, well, a thought.
Biotechnology and nanotechnology companies will be winners, as will information network managers. and just think about that extra space where your desk used to be - it could evolve into a beautiful sculpture...
Posted: 25 February 2007 at 00:00

Michael Ricks Nanobots interface with bionics

To speed their distribution through their host's body and optimize their host environment to satisfy their own evolution, Nanobots could increase the beat rate of bionic hearts and bionic glands or direct movement of bionic limbs to be carried to a new host to infect.
Posted: 26 February 2007 at 00:00

Pierre Faure nono-virus

difficult to understand
Posted: 1 March 2007 at 18:26

Wolfgang Grulke RE: nono-virus

Have you managed to read the complete timeline online? That should make the scenrio a lot clearer. The article is really just a tease to get readers interested in the full story.

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Posted: 4 March 2007 at 11:27

Doug Vining A New Rx For the Body: Implantable Devices

from CNN Top Trends: http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2007/biz2/0702/gallery.medical_devices/

In recent decades the job of discovering remedies for humankind's myriad ailments has fallen mostly to the $600 billion pharmaceutical industry. But as the drug pipeline has slowed to a trickle in recent years, and R&D costs have escalated, another branch of medical technology - implantable devices - is stepping up to grab a share of the market.
Posted: 8 March 2007 at 15:34

Doug Vining Data stored in live neurons

The breakthrough brings closer the creation of "cyborg" computer chips that combine electronic circuits with human cells.
http://www.pheedo.com/click.phdo?i=b2ec2797298a8ad6bddb6ac8bcc56699
Posted: 14 June 2007 at 08:49
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