NewsUsing DNA for tiny tech: Generating DNA origami
nanostructures through shape annealing

10th May 2021by admin0
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When it comes to creating nanotechnology, one cannot
simply build it with their hands. Instead, researchers need
something nano-sized that is able to self-assemble. DNA origami is
a method of creating nano-sized shapes by folding strands of DNA.
This can be used to manufacture nanomachines, sensors, and
nanorobots for use in fields ranging from biophysics to physical
computing.

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