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Materials Science and Engineering at NC State

Welcome To The Wiki of The DNAbeans from NC State University

Our project aims to create an easy approach to creating macroscopic arrays of nanoscale particles. If you have ever played with legos then you know how difficult it can be to put you 5,000 piece set together one brick at a time. Creating a macroscale object from nanoscale particles falls into the same vein of construction albeit with many more challenges such as Brownian motion. Watch our video below and click through our wiki page to learn how we plan to overcome these challenges.

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