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October 22nd, 2003

DNA forms nano waffles

Abstract:
Researchers are working to control the way DNA strands interact with each other in order to coax the molecules to form tiny structures. Such structures could eventually serve as microscopic machines and as templates capable of causing other materials and devices to automatically assemble molecule-by-molecule. (more on earlier article)

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