“Right now, nanotechnology is really hard,” said Andrew Hessel /…/ “If you’re really interested in nanotechnology, but want to do it digitally and do it in a way that scales and share the code,” Hessel said, “you really have to think about programming living cells to do the work and using DNA to do it.”
We’ve been making simple shapes out of DNA for years. Now, we’re making complex ones too. And we can dream these up and design them on a computer.
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