U.S. scientists have invented a cage that remains alive after death
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U.S. scientists have invented a cage that remains alive after death

Washington : DC : USA | Feb 23, 2013 at 2:01 AM PST
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Paradoxically, the dead cells are different amazing survival. For example, it can withstand a lot more pressure and a higher temperature than usual.

Value of the discovery is, first of all, is that now scientists can Remember valuable organic material in the long term, "donned" a living cell in a silicon "armor."

Opening of the "zombie-cells" belongs to scientists from the University of New Mexico. They believe that this technology can be particularly useful in nanotechnology and industrial production.

"Create like cells in the nano-scale, it was extremely difficult. And at this stage we can produce them in the form of microparticles ... But they already can not just repeat the form of a living cell from which they are created, but also independently develop," - said one researcher Brian Kerr.

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