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February 21st, 2003

Molecular Self-Assembly Technique May Mimic How Cells Assemble

Abstract:
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Sheffield report in the Feb. 21 issue of Science that they have created tree-like molecules that assemble themselves into precisely structured building blocks of a quarter-million atoms.

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