Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs
Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs
Cellular innards can reorganize themselves to form structures similar to cells.
Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs
Image of the Day: Scrambled Frog Eggs

Cellular innards can reorganize themselves to form structures similar to cells.

Cellular innards can reorganize themselves to form structures similar to cells.

self-assembly
Building Nanoscale Structures with DNA
Arun Richard Chandrasekaran | Jul 16, 2017
The versatility of geometric shapes made from the nucleic acid are proving useful in a wide variety of fields from molecular computation to biology to medicine.
Further Evidence that Life Might Have Started with RNA
Catherine Offord | May 13, 2016
Researchers show how RNA bases could self-assemble in conditions that might resemble Earth’s primordial soup.
3-D Seer
Karen Hopkin | Aug 1, 2011
Dissatisfied with the uncertainty of crystallography, Ned Seeman invented a new way of assembling the molecules that encompass the logic of life.