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February 6th, 2004
Protein Orders Semiconductor Bits
Researchers working to make structures at the size-scale of molecules are tapping self-assembly techniques found in nature. National Renewable Energy Laboratory researchers have found a way to construct fairly complicated nanostructures by combining a genetically engineered form of the protein cohesin with quantum dots.
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