Lecture Nadrian C. Seeman
|05 December 2008||FWN-Building 5111.0080, Nijenborgh 4, 9747 AG, Groningen|
|Speaker:||Prof. Nadrian C. Seeman|
|Affiliation:||Department of Chemistry, New York University|
|Title:||DNA: Not merely the secret of life|
|Date:||Fri Dec 5, 2008|
|Telephone:||+31 50 363 6318|
DNA nanotechnology utilizes reciprocal exchange between DNA double helices to produce branched motifs. These motifs have been combined with single-stranded cohesion to construct objects, devices and lattices.
The objects include stick polyhedra and a variety of DNA nanotubes.
Robust devices have been built that are predicated both on structural transitions and on hybridization topology. 1D, 2D and 3D lattices have also been assembled, which has led to control over the geometrical structure of matter based solely on the design of DNA sequences. Combinations of devices and lattices offer programmable control of the structure of matter on the nanometer scale.
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