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3D printing-DNA

3D printing

3D printing of DNA – Transmission Electron Microscopy Researchers have developed a graphene liquid cell that can be used together with the conventional transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to view ‘soft materials’ in three-dimensional. The term ‘soft materials’ refers to a number of things, including biological compounds such as protein, plastics, DNA, flexible …


Graphene in Biological Engineering

Future applications of Graphene in Biological Engineering Much have been made of the exceptional qualities of graphene, from its ability to conduct electricity and heat more than any other material known today, to its unequaled strength. Graphene can repel bullets better than Kevlar if it’s worked into a composite material. …