Scientists turn DNA into virtually any 3D shape imaginable
Scientists have made a significant advancement in shaping DNA – they can now twist and turn the building blocks of life into just about any shape. In order to demonstrate their technique, they have shaped DNA into doughnuts, cubes, a teddy bear, and even the Mona Lisa. New DNA origami techniques can build virus-size objects of…
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