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Cafe Synthetique 'DNA Self Assembly, Origami and More'

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This month’s talks focus on how DNA is used to build synthetic membrane-inserting channels, and also how synthetic DNA nanostructures can be designed to replicate the structure and function of biological molecules.

  • Kerstin Göpfrich: ’DNA nanotechnology for artificial ion channels and synthetic cells’
  • Lorenzo di Michele: ’Amphiphilic DNA Complexes: From Biomimetic Membrane Linkers to Molecular Crystals’

Informal discussions will follow the talks and the usual pub snacks are included!

This talk is part of the Cafe Synthetique series.

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