DNA Computer Brings ‘Intelligent Drugs’ A Step Closer

News   Feb 21, 2017 | Eindhoven University of Technology

 
DNA Computer Brings ‘Intelligent Drugs’ A Step Closer

Illustration of the technique whereby DNA acts as a kind of computer - symbolized by the computer chip background - which allows for controlled drug delivery in the bloodstream. Image: ICMS Animation Studio

 
 
 

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