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News

Jung Yeon Lee (Alice) successfully published her article discussing "Self-assembly of DNA parallel double-crossover motifs" in Nanoscale! Check it our here.

Qi Yang (Maggie)  successfully published her article discussing "DNA T-shaped crossover tiles for 2D tessellation and nanoring reconfiguration" in Nature Communications! Check it out here.

Dr. Carlos Castro from Ohio State University gave a thrilling seminar presentation on his recent research. Check out his work here.

Henry has won the 2022-2023 Teaching Assistant Award! Congratulations!

Welcome

Our group designs, constructs, and applies DNA and RNA nanostructures and nanodevices. By exploiting Watson-Crick base pairings, we can fold a long nucleic acid strand, a scaffold strand, into a desired form through self-assembly. We create both 2D and 3D nanostructures and even some that can move and change conformation! Our work also entails interfacing DNA with other functional materials and characterizing those materials. The applications of DNA and RNA nanostructures includes: biosensing, drug delivery, bioimaging, and computing. 

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