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With their large, self-organizing systems, biologists need to collaborate with physical scientists who are developing the techniques for observation and nanofabrication

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  1. Director of the department of enzymatic and cellular engineering, Université de Compiègne, BP649, 60206, Compiègne Cedex, France

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