IBM scientists take big step toward DNA microchips

by ARTiFactor on Aug. 23rd, 2009

Growing computers with DNA

Scientists from California Institute of Technology and IBM have for the first time coaxed components made from DNA to self organize in a way that could serve as a template upon which additional components like wires and switches could attach.

This technique, which "grows" nano circuits rather than "tooling" them, could result in smaller circuits and save millions of dollars.

Learn more at SiliconValley.com:
IBM scientists take big step toward DNA microchips

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posted on Sun, 10/04/2009 - 5:26pm
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posted on Sun, 10/04/2009 - 7:35pm

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