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DNA nanostructures as building blocks for research & future medical therapeutics

William Shih is the principal investigator at the Shih Laboratory - Harvard Medical School - which is developing self-assembling DNA nanostructures and devices for use in biomedical applications. The group previously solved a key challenge for nanotechnology: programmable self-assembly of complex, three-dimensional nanostructures - a process known as DNA origami. The lecture will discuss applications of the technology for medical therapeutics.

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  • Joel W.

    Excellent presentation and especially interesting applications to other areas of basic science.

    November 17, 2013

  • funaholic

    very enjoyable and enlightening.

    November 16, 2013

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