Issue Date: July 9, 2012
More Than Just A Smiley Face
If people recall only one thing from Paul W. K. Rothemund’s 2006 paper introducing DNA origami to the world, it’s the smiley faces. Looking at the 20-odd 100-nm visages grinning in one of the report’s atomic force microscopy (AFM) images, one can’t help but wonder if there was ever a more cheerful chemical picture.
“Everybody remembers the smiley faces,” says Nadrian C. (Ned) Seeman, the New York University . . .
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