Nadrian C Seeman


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Nadrian C

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Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-06-21 DNA Nanotechnology: From the Pub to Information-Based Chemistry in DNA NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2018-05 Design formalism for DNA self-assembly of polyhedral skeletons using rigid tiles in JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL CHEMISTRY
  • 2018-04 Charge splitters and charge transport junctions based on guanine quadruplexes in NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2017-12 Sequential self-assembly of DNA functionalized droplets in NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
  • 2017-11-08 DNA nanotechnology in NATURE REVIEWS MATERIALS
  • 2017-10 Exponential growth and selection in self-replicating materials from DNA origami rafts in NATURE MATERIALS
  • 2017-08 A device that operates within a self-assembled 3D DNA crystal in NATURE CHEMISTRY
  • 2017 Designed 3D DNA Crystals in 3D DNA NANOSTRUCTURE
  • 2015 Molecular Craftwork with DNA in CULTURE OF CHEMISTRY
  • 2015-01 Synthesising topological links in JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL CHEMISTRY
  • 2014-07 Amyloid fibrils nucleated and organized by DNA origami constructions in NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2013-08 Cinnamate-based DNA photolithography in NATURE MATERIALS
  • 2013 Another Important 60th Anniversary in HIERARCHICAL MACROMOLECULAR STRUCTURES: 60 YEARS AFTER THE STAUDINGER NOBEL PRIZE I
  • 2013 Asynchronous Signal Passing for Tile Self-assembly: Fuel Efficient Computation and Efficient Assembly of Shapes in UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTATION AND NATURAL COMPUTATION
  • 2012-06 Hierarchical self assembly of patterns from the Robinson tilings: DNA tile design in an enhanced Tile Assembly Model in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2012-01 On the chemical synthesis of new topological structures in JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL CHEMISTRY
  • 2011-10 Self-replication of information-bearing nanoscale patterns in NATURE
  • 2011 Finite State Automata by DNA Self-assembly in ICT INNOVATIONS 2010
  • 2010-06 Transducer generated arrays of robotic nano-arms in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2010-05 A proximity-based programmable DNA nanoscale assembly line in NATURE
  • 2009-09 From molecular to macroscopic via the rational design of a self-assembled 3D DNA crystal in NATURE
  • 2009-07 Switchable self-protected attractions in DNA-functionalized colloids in NATURE MATERIALS
  • 2009-04 Dynamic patterning programmed by DNA tiles captured on a DNA origami substrate in NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2009 The Perils of Polynucleotides Revisited in ALGORITHMIC BIOPROCESSES
  • 2007-11 An Overview of Structural DNA Nanotechnology in MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2007-09 Nanotechnology and the Double Helix in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  • 2006-11 Multiplying with DNA in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2006 Self-correcting Self-assembly: Growth Models and the Hammersley Process in DNA COMPUTING
  • 2005-05-01 Structural DNA Nanotechnology: An Overview in NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY PROTOCOLS
  • 2005 Structural DNA Nanotechnology: Molecular Construction and Computation in UNCONVENTIONAL COMPUTATION
  • 2005 Biomolecular Implementation of Computing Devices with Unbounded Memory in DNA COMPUTING
  • 2004-08 3D Fractal DNA Assembly from Coding, Geometry and Protection in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2004-06 Nanotechnology and the Double Helix in SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  • 2003-12 Self-assembling DNA graphs in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2003-06 Coding and geometrical shapes in nanostructures: A fractal DNA-assembly in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2003-06 Computation by Self-assembly of DNA Graphs in GENETIC PROGRAMMING AND EVOLVABLE MACHINES
  • 2003-01-16 Self-assembling DNA Graphs in DNA COMPUTING
  • 2003-01 DNA in a material world in NATURE
  • 2003 The eternal molecule in 50 YEARS OF DNA
  • 2003 Molecular Tiling and DNA Self-assembly in ASPECTS OF MOLECULAR COMPUTING
  • 2003 Transducers with Programmable Input by DNA Self-assembly in ASPECTS OF MOLECULAR COMPUTING
  • 2002-12 A route to fractal DNA-assembly in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2002-08 Selfassembly of Metallic Nanoparticle Arrays by DNA Scaffolding in JOURNAL OF NANOPARTICLE RESEARCH
  • 2002-03 It started with Watson and Crick, but it sure didn't end there: Pitfalls and possibilities beyond the classic double helix in NATURAL COMPUTING
  • 2002-01 A robust DNA mechanical device controlled by hybridization topology in NATURE
  • 2001-04-25 Challenges and applications for self-assembled DNA nanostructures? in DNA COMPUTING
  • 2000-12 erratum: Logical computation using algorithmic self-assembly of DNA triple-crossover molecules in NATURE
  • 2000-09 Logical computation using algorithmic self-assembly of DNA triple-crossover molecules in NATURE
  • 2000 Nicks, Nodes, and New Motifs for DNA Nanotechnology in FRONTIERS OF NANO-OPTOELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
  • 1999-12 DNA Nanotechnology in NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
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