The invention of a nanobrain takes us one step closer to the future of medicine
By Matt RansfordPosted 03.11.2008 at 2:53 pm 1 Comment
Remember Innerspace? Dennis Quaid and his submarine-like ship are shrunk to the size of a cell and accidentally injected into the hapless Martin Short. Quaid navigates the hazards of Shorts bodily functions in order to plot his escape. Twenty years on, there's something rather quaint about it. A vessel the size of a cell? With a pilot inside? Compared to todays innovations in nanotechnology, it's akin to using a tractor trailer to find your way through a corn maze.