Viruses Up Close And Personal

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Feb 15, 2008   Updated: Mar 24 2011
References: wired
As the fascinating field of Nanotechnology advances by leaps and bounds it seems sometimes, scientists are opening windows into the physical nature and appearance of subatomic structures. A British team of scientist last year, was able to capture, in real time, the nanoscale of an active virus with an enzyme and a DNA strand: Meet your stomach virus!

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