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UGA researchers use single molecule of DNA to create world’s smallest diode


April 4, 2016

a small molecule named coralyne Researchers at the University of Georgia and Ben-Gurion University in Israel have demonstrated for the first time that nanoscale electronic components can be made from single DNA molecules. Their study, published in the journal Nature Chemistry, represents a promising advance in the search for a replacement for the silicon chip. Full Story

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