Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Can Jellyfish Protein Power Nano Medical Devises?

People at Sweden's Chalmers University of Technology think and belive that jellyfish protein can power medical devises with nanotechnology. The Swedish scientists extracted jellyfish protein from from Jellyfish Aequorea Victoria, a glow in the dark animal and the protein in a florescent green. This animal is found in the west cost of North America, when the florescent green protein was exposed to very bright and violent light. The electrons flow through a circuit that makes a tiny solar cell that creates electricity, measuring tens of nano amperes. Even tought the amount thta comes out is not a lot in a couple of years it will become much more. The nanotechnology made from the protein of jellyfish will fight things such as tumors or reverse blindness. The process of main nanotechnology has been slow, due to the lack of a good and reliable power source. Please comment an tell me what you think also here is the link from where I got this info.

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