DNA scaffolds have been utilised by researchers to line up quantum rods, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances. DNA scaffolds are structures produced from synthetic DNA that can be folded into particular shapes, such as a nanoscale ladder or tube. These structures can then be utilised to organize other molecules, like quantum rods, into a preferred pattern. Quantum rods are tiny nanoscale rods produced from semiconductor supplies. They have exclusive optical properties that make them beneficial for applications such as solar cells, sensors, and displays.