Modern microprocessor built from complementary carbon nanotube transistors - The Latest Science

Modern microprocessor built from complementary
carbon nanotube transistors

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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.

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Data storage in DNA with fewer synthesis cycles using composite DNA letters. Anavy et al. Nature Biotechnology 37:1229–1236.

A high-throughput method for amplication-free single-cell whole-genome sequencing can be scaled up to analyze tens of thousands of cells from different tissues and clinical sample types and identifies replication states, aneuploidies, and subclonal mutations. Laks et al. Cell 179: 1207-1221.

Rapid, large-volume, thermally controlled 3D printing using a mobile liquid interface. Walker et al. Science 366: 360-364.

Search-and-replace genome editing without double-strand breaks or donor DNA. Anzalone et al. Nature.

Measles virus infection diminishes preexisting antibodies that offer protection from other pathogens. Mina et al. Science 366: 599-606.



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