NewsBuilding tough 3D nanomaterials with DNA

19th March 2021by admin0
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Columbia Engineering researchers, working with
Brookhaven National Laboratory, report today that they have built
designed nanoparticle-based 3D materials that can withstand a
vacuum, high temperatures, high pressure, and high radiation. This
new fabrication process results in robust and fully engineered
nanoscale frameworks that not only can accommodate a variety of
functional nanoparticle types but also can be quickly processed
with conventional nanofabrication methods.

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