The DNA Superconductor: A Way to Build a Superconductor that Could Change Technology
Could make computers run at warp speeds, save energy and even fly trains. Scientists used DNA to overcome an almost insurmountable barrier to engineer materials that will revolutionize electronic. Researchers at the University of Toronto published their work in Science magazine on July 28.
Researchers from Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, the Chinese Academy of Sciences in China and Nanyang Technological University and Agency for Science Technology and Research in Singapore have developed an artificial neuron which can communicate by using the neurotransmitter Dopamine. The researchers published their creation in Nature Electronics, along with the expected applications.