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October 29th, 2003

The road from biology to materials

The study of biology at the molecular level may point to new directions in
materials design and construction, argues Dan Luo of Cornell University, not
just mimicking biomolecular systems, but using biomolecules themselves to
construct novel materials. (PDF)

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