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Microchips to Store Individual Genetic Codes by 2020
24.09.2008 14:12
Microchips to Store Individual Genetic Codes by 2020

Russian experts in nanotechnologies predict that by 2020 any individual would be able to afford a microchip, storing his genetic code since his birth.
      A newborn child will receive a plastic card with a microchip, where information about his future diseases, troubles with health and drug contraindications is stored. The price of said microchip will be affordable for any citizen of a civilized country.
      Another innovation that sounds fantastic is smart dust a global network of microprobes with sensors and nanorobots for keeping an eye on everything, which happens in a house. For instance, nanorobots can look after ailing ones and treat them with smart drugs, which consider patients individual genetic profile.
      Source: Science News


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