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29 December 1959, Pasadena, California, USA  Richard Feymann was a Nobel Prize winning physicist and the father's of  nanotechnology. In this after dinner speech, delivered at a time when  computers filled rooms, he imagines present day scenarios where wires are  only a few atoms thick.  I imagine experimental physicists must often look with envy at men like  Kamerlingh Onnes, who discovered a field like low temperature  superconductivity, which seems to be bottomless and in which one can go... Studio, Leadership, Quantum Computer, Quantum Physics, Theoretical Physics, Mathematician, Nobel Prize, Mathematicians, Scientist

29 December 1959, Pasadena, California, USA Richard Feymann was a Nobel Prize winning physicist and the father's of nanotechnology. In this after dinner speech, delivered at a time when computers filled rooms, he imagines present day scenarios where wires are only a few atoms thick. I imagine e

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Jennifer Doudna had recently arrived at Berkeley to accept a professorship in biochemistry when a colleague drew her attention to unusual bacteria found in an abandoned mine. The property of a single protein, Cas9, found in this microbe, led her to a revolutionary new technique of editing the genome. Known as CRISPR (for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats”), the technique she demonstrated is many times faster and far more precise than all previously existing methods…

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