Molecular Machines Group

A group of scientists, funders, and institutional allies who cooperate to advance molecular machines and long-term progress toward atomic precision for applications in energy, medicine, material science, space development. Meetings are private and may be off the record. Those that are recorded can be found below.

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UPCOMING PROGRAM

SEMINAR SUMMARIES

Recordings, written summaries and slides of previous keynotes

Ready for Atomically Precise Manufacturing & Electron Microscopy
John Randall, Zyvex Labs
Sergei Kalinin, Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences

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Chemical Bonds to Atoms Resolved by Subatomically Resolved Atomic Force Microscopy
Franz Giessibl, Universität Regensburg

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Single Molecule Focus
Damien Sluysmans, Université de Liège

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Bio Inspired Approaches to Molecular Machines

Ted Kaehler, Ayusman Sen, Víctor García-López, Alexander Lippert

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Silicon-Based Nanotechnology & Manipulating Single Molecules on Surfaces
Joe Lyding, Beckman Institute
Leonhard Grill, University of Graz

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The Dynamics of Molecular Gears
Ken Houk, UCLA

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Yuanning Feng
A Molecular Replication Process Drives Supramolecular Polymerization

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Engineering Qubits in Silicon with Atomic Precision
Michelle Simmons
Off the record
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Nathalie Katsonis & Yuanning Feng
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Quantum Compound Space & How computers can democratize synthesis, clean chemical wastes and discover new drugs
Dr Anatole von Lilienfeld
Bartosz Grzybowski
Off the record
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Molecular Machines: Computing
Ravi Pandya, Microsoft Research
Tad Hogg, Institute of Molecular Manufacturing
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Molecular Machines: Materials
Guillaume Vives, Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculair
Tom Schroeder, Harvard
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Polymer-Controlled Crystal Growth and Heat Release
Tom Schroeder, Harvard
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2022 Group Launch | Your Molecular Machines Goals
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Fully addressable microstructures self-assembled from crisscrossed DNA-origami slats
William Shih, Harvard University
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Molecular Machines Progress in 2021
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Q&A on Molecular Machines
David Leigh, University of Manchester
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Artificial Molecular Pumps from Solution to Surfaces
Liang Feng, Northwestern University
Yunyan Qiu, Northwestern University
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FRO & PARPA: Innovating in Scientific Innovation
Adam Marblestone
Ben Reinhardt
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Design and Applications of Self-Powered Chemical Nanobots
Ayusman Sen, Pen. State University
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Regulating Molecular Assemblies with Chemical Reactions
Job Boekhoven, Tech. Universität München
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Probing Synthetic Molecular Machines with AFM
Anne-Sophie Duwez, University of Liege
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Molecular 3D printer Parts and Systems Brainstorm
Adam Marblestone, Benjamin Reinhardt
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Controlling the Machinery of Life with Synthetic Photoswitches
Dirk Trauner, NYU
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The First Programmable Turing Complete Chemical Computer
Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow
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NSF Division of Materials Research: Where Materials Begin and Society Benefits
Linda Sapochak, NSF
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Molecular Detection via DNA Nanotech & Neural Nets
William Shih, Harvard
Lulu Qian, Caltech
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AMO’s Program in Atomically Precise Manufacturing and Nanocarbon Metals
Tina Kaarsberg, DOE
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Protein-based Assemblies and Molecular Machines
David Baker, University of Washington
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Designing the National Nanotechnology Initiative of the Future
Lisa Friedersdorf
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Molecular Machines Applied in Medical Treatment | Molecular Machines that Work at all Scales
James Tour, Rice University
Nicolas Guiseppone, CNRS
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Enabling Applications of Nano/Micro Machines
Ayusman Sen, Amar Flood, Gayle Pegamit
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The Advent of Artificial Molecular Machines
David Leigh, Raymond Astumian, Alberto Credi
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ARPA-E Program Overview
Isik Kizilyalli, ARPA-E
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Molecular Machines Group Launch
James Cooper, University of Reading
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