Andrew Turberfield

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Andrew J Turberfield is a British Professor of Physics based at the University of Oxford. Turberfield's research is largely based on DNA nanostructures and photonic crystals,[1][2][3] and his work on both nanomachines and photonic crystals has been highly cited.[4] Turberfield is a fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford.[5]


  1. ^ Jha, Alok (2000), "A flexible approach", Nature, 408 (6812): 621, Bibcode:2000Natur.408..621J, doi:10.1038/35046282, PMID 11117755 .
  2. ^ "The double helix becomes a pyramid", New Scientist, December 17, 2005 .
  3. ^ Turberfield. Andrew J Archived March 21, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. Profile at the University of Oxford
  4. ^ Web of Knowledge (requires institutional login) Publications ordered by citation
  5. ^ Turberfield, Andrew Archived August 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. Profile at Magdalen College

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