Paul Rothemund:
Paul Rothemund détaille le pliage de l'ADN

TED2008 · 16:24 · Filmed Feb 2008
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En 2007, Paul Rothemund avait donné à TED un court aperçu de sa spécialité, le pliage de l'ADN. Maintenant, il expose de façon claire et détaillée l'immense promesse de ce domaine - de créer des machines minuscules qui s'assemblent elles-mêmes.

DNA origamist
Paul Rothemund folds DNA into shapes and patterns. Which is a simple enough thing to say, but the process he has developed has vast implications for computing and manufacturing — allowing us to create things we can now only dream of. Full bio
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