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Ok, if g+ is gonna look more and more like facebook, what's the difference between the two and why would ppl wanna log in here?
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Facebook is dying a very slow death...my kids have already ejected--off to Instagram instead.
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This blew my mind...

Probability of your being born: one in 10^2,685,000

As a comparison, the approximate number of atoms in the known universe is 10^80.

#miracleoflife  
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Trying to be Schrödinger
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Patterning graphene with DNA

Folded DNA templates allow researchers to precisely cut out graphene shapes, which could be used in electronic circuits.

DNA’s unique structure is ideal for carrying genetic information, but scientists have recently found ways to exploit this versatile molecule for other purposes: By controlling DNA sequences, they can manipulate the molecule to form many different nanoscale shapes.

Chemical and molecular engineers at MIT and Harvard University have now expanded this approach by using folded DNA to control the nanostructure of inorganic materials. After building DNA nanostructures of various shapes, they used the molecules as templates to create nanoscale patterns on sheets of graphene. This could be an important step toward large-scale production of electronic chips made of graphene, a one-atom-thick sheet of carbon with unique electronic properties.

Using single-stranded tiles, Yin’s lab has created more than 100 distinct nanoscale shapes, including the full alphabet of capital English letters and many emoticons. These structures are designed using computer software and can be assembled in a simple reaction. Alternatively, such structures can be constructed using an approach called DNA origami, in which many short strands of DNA fold a long strand into a desired shape.

Article Link: http://mit.edu/newsoffice/2013/patterning-graphene-with-dna-0409.html

Related article: http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/2010/jul/21/graphene-could-revolutionize-dna-sequencing

#graphene #dna #science #scienceeveryday #dnasequencing  
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THIS IS THE VOICE OF PEOPLE WHO FEEL JUDGED- PLEASE DO NOT JUDGE OTHERS, WE DO NOT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE GOING THROUGH!
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Madurai is in festive mood, all geared up for d entry of Lord Kallalagar.. with vaigai river brimming with water, what more can we,maduraiites ask for this summer..
A shot of vaigai all set to receive the Lord..
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YOUR INSPIRATION FOR THE DAY

Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it. ~ Salvador Dali

(Source: http://goo.gl/VYkJ5)

#perfection   #creativity  
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http://instagram.com/p/X2BsdqzcPE/ Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series. Photo by Frederic Schlosser Photography
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Student, tech enthusiast, free thinker, voracious reader, bathroom singer, progamming hobbyist nd a hungry learner
Introduction
i believe in revolution rather than evolution, watch movies for more than entertainment, i sometimes go on hyper enthusiastic sprees doing crazy things, pious and religious but respect all beliefs,i watch social and political events with interest, and aspire to become an entrepreneur someday..maybe even conquer d world!

I Love
rock and cine music
technology, research
politics
books(science fictions), novels(thrillers, scifi)
Anime and cartoons
gadgets esp weird ones
action movies(Schwarzenegger fan :D )
astrology, astronomy
coffee
automobiles (a novice though)

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Female
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Education
  • Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy
    Information & Communication Technology, 2009 - present
  • SBOA MHSS
    2009
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