Bathe bionanolab

THE LABORATORY OF PROF. MARK BATHE AT MIT USES NUCLEIC ACIDS (DNA AND RNA) TO ENGINEER REVOLUTIONARY NEW MATERIALS AT THE NANOMETER-SCALE, OR NANOSCALE, FOR THERAPEUTICS, COMPUTING, AND MORE, WHERE ONE NANOMETER IS APPROXIMATELY 10,000X SMALLER THAN THE THICKNESS OF AN INDIVIDUAL HUMAN HAIR.

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Bathe bionanolab

The Laboratory of Prof. Mark Bathe at MIT uses nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) to engineer revolutionary new materials at the nanometer-scale, or nanoscale, where one nanometer is approximately 10,000x smaller than the thickness of an individual human hair.

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