DNA Origami at Boise State University

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   By Rebecca Mirsky

As part of a research effort aimed at controlling matter at the nanoscale, Boise State University researchers have created a molecule-sized Boise State logo using DNA. The team, led by Elton Graugnard, assistant professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), used a technique known as “DNA origami,” which was invented by Paul Rothemund, senior research fellow at Caltech.

Read the complete article at http://news.boisestate.edu/update/2013/09/23/researchers-take-boise-state-logo-new-nano-limits/

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