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Hendrik Dietz

Full Professor at Technical University of Munich

Full Professor at Technical University of Munich. He is Inspired by the rich functionalities of natural macromolecular assemblies such as enzymes, molecular motors, and viruses, Dietz investigates how to build increasingly complex molecular structures. The goal is to build molecular devices and machines that can execute user-defined tasks. Molecular self-assembly with DNA is one of the main routes currently pursued toward achieving this goal. His research interests include molecular robotics, biomolecular nanotechnology.

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Hendrik Dietz News

Viral particles inside the body are made harmless by DNA origami

Medgadget - 19-Jul-2021

New tiny virus catcher acts as nanorobots to engulf viral particles

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