Congratulations! Nature publication for project team Biomat05 - PSN


DNA origami surpasses important thresholds

DNA origami object in the form of a screw-nut. On the side one can see how the long DNA single strand (blue) is forced into the predefined shape by shorter "staple strands".

DNA origami object in the form of a screw-nut. (Image: Hendrik Dietz / TUM)

A great success for IGSSE team Biomat05-PSN: The team jointly published a Nature article earlier this December!

Hendrik Dietz, Florian Praetorius, Benjamin Kick, Dirk Weuster-Botz and collaborators have not only broken out of the nanometer realm to build larger objects, but have also cut the production costs a thousand-fold. These innovations open a whole new frontier for the technology.

Read the complete TUM press release.

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