Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 26, 2021
Self-assembly is ubiquitous in the natural world, serving as a route to form organized structures in every living organism. This phenomenon can be seen, for instance, when two strands of DNA – without any external prodding or guidance – join to form a double helix, or when large numbers of molecules combine to create membranes or other vital cellular structures. Everything goes to its rightful p Source: NanoDaily.com Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel