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-overview DNA origami in 2D is made possible by DNA patterning with scaffold and staples. DNA origami in 3D techniques will be derived from the 2D techniques with some modification, including using novelly shaped staple or connecting protein. Thess techniques can be applied on creating nanobreadboard and nanowire.

-background info what is DNA origami?

  • details and methods of 2D folding

what is nanobreadboard and nanowire?

  • where metal ions bind to DNA?

-research problems/goals building on 2D techniques, use DNA to form 3D structures

-details and methods

  • using innovative staple


  • using connecting protein

-predicted outcome

  • best: 3D techniques are developed for nanotechnological use
  • worst: 2D techniques are improved

-resources needed

  • collaboration with other groups
  • funding
  • customized materials

-societal impact

  • revolution of nanotechnology
  • organic=environmental friendly material
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