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Lecture 2: Nanobiotechnology I Prof. James M. Carothers March 29, 2017 S17 NME 220
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Outline Goal: To begin developing an understanding of how scale impacts material and system properties Scales Feynman “There’s plenty of room at the bottom” DNA and Biological components
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Nano + Molecular Engineering Ensemble & continuum properties Materials Catalysts Chemicals Biotechnology
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Nano + Molecular Engineering Ensemble & continuum properties Materials Catalysts Chemicals Biotechnology Advanced Materials Efficient Catalysts High Performance Chemicals Advanced Biotechnology Molecular properties
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Nano + Molecular Engineering Chemistry Molecular principles Systems-level functions Physics Goal: Develop fundamental understanding of how molecular properties can be engineered to produce systems-level functions Ensemble & continuum properties Materials Catalysts Chemicals Biotechnology Advanced Materials Efficient Catalysts High Performance Chemicals Advanced Biotechnology Molecular properties
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Macro, micro and nanoscales Particle Sciences, Inc.
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Macro, micro and nanoscales 1-100 nm objects can exhibit special nanoscale properties.
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  • Spring '15
  • DNA, Advanced Materials, Molecular Engineering

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