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Inside all of us are trillions of tiny molecular nanomachines that perform a variety of tasks necessary to keep us alive.

 

 

In a ground-breaking study, a team led by SFU physics professor David Sivak demonstrated for the first time a strategy for manipulating these machines to maximize efficiency and conserve . The breakthrough could have ramifications across a number of fields, including creating more efficient computer chips and for .

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