<div class='quotetop'></div><div class='quotemain'>a team of chemists at The Johns Hopkins University has created water-soluble electronic materials that spontaneously assemble themselves into "wires" much narrower than a human hair.</div>

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/...81023144117.htm

This is pretty cool! At first, I thought it was the same thing as the computer circuit that builds itself, but this is something different. It could potentially have many different applications, which are currently being researched....

- Regulate cell-to-cell communication?
- Re-engineering neural networks or damaged spinal cords?
- Guide naonscale electrical currents?
- Alzheimer&#039;s disease research applications?
- Biocomputer construction? (This possible application is my own speculation)