DNA "pistons" could power nanoscale robots

Although we have been spending our days Xbox 360 padding our achievements and the construction of the castles of Popsicle sticks, science next few jerks just make us all look bad. Researchers from the United Kingdom and Germany have managed to gather the tetrahedra of DNA “struts” with certain chemicals trickery, and then the form of DNA “fuel” to get the contract tetrahedron. Some anti-fuel “extends the form again, thus creating a sort of plunger with all sorts of possibilities. Researchers are currently working to assemble larger structures using the tetrahedra as building blocks. Possible applications of this technology ranging from drug delivery at the nanoscale robots engine, and it seems that humanity is doomed either.
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