We carry out fundamental research on molecular computers: collections of carefully engineered molecules in a test tube that interact and bump into each other to solve some mathematically-specified computational problem. Our focus is on both the underlying computational theory and practical implementation in the lab. See our list of publications for more. We are based at the Hamilton Institute, Maynooth (Ireland). TAPDANCE is an approximate acronym for Theory and Practice of DNA Computing Engines.

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