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Scientists Developed Artificial Structures That Can Self-Replicate 127

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from the what-could-possibly-go-wrong? dept.
First time accepted submitter mphall21 writes "New York University scientists have developed artificial structures that can self-replicate, a process that has the potential to yield new types of materials. In the natural world, self-replication is ubiquitous in all living entities, but artificial self-replication has been elusive. The new discovery is the first steps toward a general process for self-replication of a wide variety of arbitrarily designed seeds."
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Scientists Developed Artificial Structures That Can Self-Replicate

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