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TINY SELF-ASSEMBLING CUBES COULD CARRY MEDICINE, CELL THERAPY

Dec. 14, 2005
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Johns Hopkins researchers have devised a self-assembling cube-shaped perforated container, no larger than a dust speck, that could serve as a delivery system for medications and cell therapy. The relatively inexpensive microcontainers can be mass-produced through a process that mixes electronic chip-making techniques with basic chemistry.

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