10. MOLECULAR COMMUNICATIONS
Molecular communication is an emerging paradigm where bio-nanomachines (., artificial cells, genetically engineered cells) communicate to perform coordinated actions. Unlike traditional communication systems which utilize electromagnetic waves, molecular communications utilize biological molecules both as carriers and as information. The advantages provided by this “molecular” approach to communications are size, biocompatibility, and biostability. Examples of applications are drug delivery system (DDS), bio-hybrid implants, and lab-on-a-chip (LoC) systems. This trend is not ready for mass market but with an approach so radically different to Today’s communications, following its developments is a must.
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