The Issues We Face at the Nano Scale – with Sonia Contera

THIS is the kind of things they are doing in the BioWeapons labs.. they are creating things that did not previously exist in the current Biome! This is the very latest research from labs around the world .. DON’T BE FOOLED, THINK CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH!!  AMAZING SHIT!!

Jan 30, 2020

How did life evolve on the nano scale? And how might the future of nanotechnology rely on the interdisciplinary cooperation of physicists, chemists and biologists?

Sonia’s book “Nano Comes to Life” is available now – Watch the Q&A:

How and why do we design and build artificial structures and even machines at the nanoscale using DNA, proteins, and other biological molecules? In this talk, explore how nanoscale machines can target individual cancer cells and deliver drugs more effectively, as well as how nano-antibiotics can fight resistant bacteria, and how tissues and organs can be modified for drug discovery and transplantation. Sonia Contera is a physicist, working as an Associate Professor of Biological Physics at Oxford Physics Department. She is also the proud (and busy) mother of two little children. This talk was filmed in the Ri on 13 January 2020.



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