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Nadrian Seeman

Nadrian C. Seeman received a BS in biochemistry from the University of Chicago then received his Ph.D. in biological crystallography from the University of Pittsburgh in 1970. His postdoctoral training, at Columbia and MIT, emphasized nucleic acid crystallography. His research interests include implement a rational approach to the organization of matter on the nanometer scale, particularly crystallization; and its spin-offs, such as nanorobotics and the organization of nanoelectronics. Since 1988 he has worked at New York University, where he is the Margaret and Herman Sokol Professor of Chemistry. He was the founding president of the International Society for Nanoscale Science, Computation and Engineering.

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New York University