Sunday, March 06, 2005

DNA powering nanotech devices

Last week, I was visiting Cornell for a recruiting trip. I was lucky enough to meet a couple of grad students who work on bio-nanotech, especially with applications to medicine. Some of their research was amazing. For example, DNA’s double-helix rotates back and forth under certain circumstances. And they use this as a source of power for devices! This site provides a lot of good articles on the matter.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Auto said...

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12:16 AM  
Anonymous auto sinistrate said...

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8:25 AM  

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