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August 9th, 2004
Chemistry Yields DNA Fossils
Researchers from Kyushu University in Japan have used bacterial DNA as a matrix for making structures from silicates, which are materials like glass and concrete that contain silicon. The technique could be used to make nanoscale containers, wires, patterns, and chemical catalysts.
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