To most, it's just a printer. But to tissue engineers, rocket scientists and architects, the good old inkjet is the secret to grand innovation
By Jason DaleyPosted 02.02.2005 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
If you were to toast the most dazzling gadget in your home, you might compose an ode to your plasma TV, recite a limerick about your computer-controlled telescope, or maybe sing the praises of your video conferencing, nose-hair-trimming espresso maker. But the invention most deserving of your adoration, the contraption that will one day
One scientist turns up the volume on cellular chatter.
By Sam JaffePosted 09.03.2004 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
Walk into Jim Gimzewski´s UCLA laboratory, and the first thing you´ll notice is the music thumping out of the speakers. It´s a New Age?y, rustling kind of melody punctuated by a rhythmic drumbeat. You can´t quite dance to it, but it has its own hypnotic allure. The musician?