|Oct26-08, 02:35 PM||#1|
This morning, I was reading some stuff about DNA Computing on wiki, arstechnica, and other places.. I found it quite interesting and want to know the latest happening in the same area. If any of you is working on this new technology then plz let's discuss about it.
|Nov1-08, 05:24 AM||#2|
I don't work in the field, though if I was to leave my current profession, I would seriously consider moving into this area. Here is an excellent talk on recent progress in the field
The guy has manufactured DNA to produce microscopic smiley faces :)
|Nov20-08, 10:40 PM||#3|
I do not work in the area (Biology degree student) yet I can reffer you to a couple of papers on DNA computing.
The classic paper by Leonard Adelman(1994) on solving a hamiltonian path problem with DNA http://www.ra.informatik.uni-stuttga...inar/adl94.pdf
A recent paper (2007) on a sorting algorithm by flipping using dna http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/macampbell/Pubs/IET.pdf
Hope it helps.
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