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A Mechanomeric-Selective R&D Road-Map, Part 1: Introduction

Functional copolymers such as the proteins are called "mechanomers" here, distinguishing such naturally-occurring mechanomers as "biopolyme…

Started by John Kennard

0 Sep 7, 2012

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This one is fun. Proteopedia is a 3-D-graphic-oriented Wiki devoted to macromolecules, mostly proteins at present, of course (but hopefully…

Started by John Kennard

0 Apr 17, 2012

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Bionanotechnology versus Nanomachineshoppery

So, given a need for several hundred quadrillion nanomachines, would you rather let biomimicry loose to replicate the proteins or other mec…

Started by John Kennard

0 Apr 12, 2012

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Bionanotechnology versus Nanobiotechnology

Basic definition (and confusion) time! BIONANOTECHNOLOGY, the subject of this group, is the utilization of pseudobiological molecules and p…

Started by John Kennard

3 Mar 31, 2012
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Enzymatic Synthesis of Diamond

Enzymes synthesizing diamond and similar macromolecules or molecular networks can easily be developed by mechanomeric selection (MeSe). For…

Started by John Kennard

0 Mar 26, 2012


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