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| Monday, April 25 (Session 21)||William Shih||Directed molecular evolution
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| Wednesday, April 27 (Session 22)||Peng Yin||Future of biomolecular nanotechnology
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| Wednesday, April 27 (Session 22)||Peng Yin||Near-term and long-term applications of biomolecular nanotechnology
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| Monday, May 2 (Session 23)||students||Final Presentations I
| Monday, May 2 (Session 23)||students||Final Presentations I

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Biophysics 242r/2011

Biologically Inspired Molecular Engineering

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Course meetings are on Mondays and Wednesdays in CLSB521 from 100 pm to 230 pm, with immediately following optional project sessions from 230 pm to 330 pm; these optional sessions will commence on Wednesday, February 2.

Date Presenter(s) Topic
Monday, January 24 (Session 1)William ShihCourse Overview, midterm projects, biomolecular nano primitives
Wednesday, January 26 (Session 2)John Sadowski
software demo: nanoEngineer for biomolecular visualization
Monday, January 31 (Session 3)William ShihOrigami and large structures
CANCELLED
Wednesday, February 2
Monday, February 7 (Session 4)
Special location: NRB335
Dave ZhangDNA base-pairing biophysics and informational circuits
Wednesday, February 9 (Session 5)William Shih
software demo: caDNAno for DNA-origami design
Monday, February 14 (Session 6)Peng YinDynamic DNA nanomachines
Wednesday, February 16 (Session 7)Adam Marblestone
software demo: NuPack for sequence analysis and design
Monday, February 21
no class meeting (President's Day)
Wednesday, February 23 (Session 8)Vatsan RamanComputational Protein Design
Monday, February 28 (Session 9)Vatsan Raman
software demo: FoldIt and Rosetta Protein Design
Wednesday, March 2 (Session 10)studentsMidterm Presentations
we may start early and end late; stay tuned for updates
Monday, March 7
no class meeting (Biophysical Society Meeting)
Wednesday, March 9
no class meeting (Biophysical Society Meeting)
Monday, March 14
no class meeting (Spring Break)
Wednesday, March 16
no class meeting (Spring Break)
Monday, March 21 (Session 11)Adam MarblestoneMethods for nanoscale-device characterization
Wednesday, March 23 (Session 12)Tom Schaus
software demo: Nucleic-acid kinetic simulation
Monday, March 28 (Session 13)Joanna AizenbergBioinspired actuation systems
Wednesday, March 30 (Session 14)Milan StojanovicCreepy Spiders
Monday, April 4 (Session 15)Feng ZhangEngineering DNA-binding proteins: zinc fingers versus Tal
Wednesday, April 6 (Session 16)Shawn Douglas
software demo: caDNAno v2 for DNA-origami design
Monday, April 11 (Session 17) Neel JoshiPeptide and protein self-assembly with a focus on rational design of new assembly modes (Note: core staff away at FNANO Meeting)
Wednesday, April 13 (Session 18)George ChurchHybrid electronic-biochemical systems
Monday, April 18 (Session 19)L. MahadevanMultistable macromolecular assemblies
Wednesday, April 20 (Session 20)George ChurchMinimal in vitro replicating systems
Monday, April 25 (Session 21)William ShihDirected molecular evolution
Wednesday, April 27 (Session 22)Peng YinNear-term and long-term applications of biomolecular nanotechnology
Monday, May 2 (Session 23)studentsFinal Presentations I
Wednesday, May 4 (Session 24)studentsFinal Presentations II
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