258 | Spaghetti-Noodles and Nanopores: Motion of Long-Chained Molecules

March 10, 2020

Navid Afrasibian, an MSc. candidate at the Department of Applied Mathematics, shares his research on the motion of long-chained molecules with hosts Nick Handfield-Jones and Yousuf Hasan. Navid compares the movement of the long-chained molecules that need to go through super-tiny pores called nanopores with a spaghetti-noodle on plate that needs to somehow move through a small hole at the center of the pate. In his studies and mathematical exploration, he has made observations that would benefit DNA sequencing scientists as well.

Hosts: Yousuf Hasan, Nicholas Handfield-Jones

Producer: Connor Chato

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