Building nanomachines out of living bacteria


By Will Knight LIVE bacteria could one day act as reconfigurable components for nanoscale electronic circuits, or even a scaffold for building nanomachines. “Nature has developed these fantastic building blocks,” says Robert Hamers of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “Our approach is to simply grab onto them very gently.” His team have been using electrodes to manipulate individual bacterial cells, they will report in a future issue of Nano Letters. Their chosen bacterium was Bacillus mycoide,
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