Is Origami the Future of Tech?

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“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”, Arthur Clarke famously said. It has never become clearer to me how right he was than while reading this article about mind-boggling origami research being done at MIT in Cambridge. They went all the way from an old Houdini trick to DNA origami nanorobots capable of killing cancer cells. A must read.

From Weekly Filet #67, in August 2014. More on: #

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