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Creating DNA-based nanostructures without water
Could lead to complex nanoelectronic chips

June 8, 2015

Three different DNA nanostructures assembled at room temperature in water-free glycholine (left) and in 75 percent glycholine-water mixture (center and right). The structures are (from left to right) a tall rectangle two-dimensional DNA origami, a triangle made of single-stranded tails, and a six-helix bundle three-dimensional DNA origami (credit: Isaac Gállego).

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered an new process for assembling DNA nanostructures in a water-free solvent, which may allow for fabricating more complex nanoscale structures — especially, nanoelectronic chips based on DNA.

Cryonics, Life Extension and Transhumanism convention Nov 7,8,9 2014

Monday, 8 September 2014 by System Administrator

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You are invited to a cryonics, life extension and Transhumanism convention  this November 7, 8 and 9, 2014, This is your chance to join with others to fight to end Death in our lifetimes
Please Register as soon as possible to help us with the final planning.

Larry Page, the CEO of Google, has started a new venture called Calico, which has the mission of "tackling aging, on of life's greatest mysteries.".
Aubrey de Grey, Ph.D., the maverick, freethining gerontologist,  says in his TED Talk that  that "a lot of people alive today are going to live to 1,000 or more"
And inventor Ray Kurzweil,  called by the Wall Street Journal "the closest thing to a Thomas Edison of our time, says that “We have the means right now to live long enough to live forever.”  (The Singularity is Near, page 371)