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DNA molecules form nanodevice scaffolding
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2/18/2003   Post a comment
Using DNA's unique lock-and-key mode of chemical bonding, a research team at the University of Minnesota is proposing a molecular-circuit assembly technique that they believe will be compatible with silicon-based electronics. A patterned silicon substrate, complete with interconnection pads, carries DNA-coded "tiles" that serve as breadboards for nanocomponents. The components are measured in angstroms, enabling densities of 10 trillion bits per square centimeter. In the prototype system, the na
Actions of individual molecules come into focus
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Nanoscale waveguides measuring as small as 40 nm have enabled Cornell University researchers to observe individual molecules during chemical reactions.


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