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August 25th, 2004

Tools design DNA-nanotube logic

Abstract:
Researchers have recently begun to use DNA to assemble carbon nanotubes into transistors, the building blocks of computer circuits. Researchers from Duke University are aiming to make the process of assembling molecular-scale components easier with a suite of computer-aided design (CAD) tools for designing computer circuits made from carbon nanotubes assembled by DNA.

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