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DNA origami technology is used to develop building blocks that self-assemble into predetermined finite-sized structures.

Cytoplasmic flows, bacterial colonies, and algal blooms are ubiquitous examples of active suspensions assembled from self-propelled particles, which internally inject energy into their suspending m

Current active matter systems, such as self propelled colloids or migrating cells, are inherently 2D, which limits the potential engineering applications.

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