NewsDNA origami enables fabricating superconducting
nanowires

19th January 2021by admin0
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The quest for ever-smaller electronic components led
an international group of researchers to explore using molecular
building blocks to create them. DNA is able to self-assemble into
arbitrary structures, but the challenge with using these structures
for nanoelectronic circuits is the DNA strands must be converted
into highly conductive wires.

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