September 16 sees the official opening of the TU Delft Department of Bionanoscience, which will focus on the interface between biology and nanoscience. The research is expected to lead to new insights into the functioning of the living cell and DNA.
The opening also marks the arrival of Cees Dekker as the new director of the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft. Dekker says nanotechnology is transforming biology into an engineering science. “With the toolbox...
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