TED: Paul Rothemund details DNA folding

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This TED Talk is amazing in how one application of science can affect so many areas of modern life.

“In 2007, Paul Rothemund gave TED a short summary of his specialty, DNA folding. Now he lays out in clear, abundant detail the immense promise of this field — to create tiny machines that assemble themselves.

Paul Rothemund folds DNA into shapes and patterns. Which is a simple enough thing to say, but the process he has developed has vast implications for computing and manufacturing — allowing us to create things we can now only dream of.”

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Using computer technology since June 1980.
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