DNA ‘Origami’ Could Help Build Faster, Cheaper Computer Chips




Electronics manufacturers constantly hunt for ways to make faster, cheaper computer chips, often by cutting production costs or by shrinking component sizes. Now, researchers report that DNA, the genetic material of life, might help accomplish this goal when it is formed into specific shapes through a process reminiscent of the ancient art of paper folding.
Adam T. Woolley, Ph.D. (Brigham Young University)
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The Future of Computers. DNA ‘Origami’ Could Help Build Faster, Cheaper Computer Chips. American Chemical Society

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