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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
February 10, 2006
Jon Evans
Medical Future for Tiny Quantum Dots U.S. researchers have crossed a milestone in biological imaging by developing quantum dots small enough to pass from the blood stream into bodily tissue. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 9, 2006
Katharine Sanderson
Silicon Conducts an Electrical Surprise Silicon can conduct electricity when experts assumed it couldn't, sparking a surprising direction in silicon electronics. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 6, 2006
Jon Evans
Head-to-Tail Monomers Improve Solar Cell Efficiency A team of researchers found that the P3HT polymer chains stacked together more tightly in high RR films, which made them absorb more light and let electrons travel more easily through them. mark for My Articles 276 similar articles
February 2006
Naomi Lubick
Margaret Kivelson: Magnetically Minded The scientific community cites this geophysicist's contributions to space science with regard to the magnetic fields of Jupiter and its moons, in addition to Earth's, and her efforts to encourage women in science. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2006
Liquid-Crystal Kaleidoscope The stuff of liquid-crystal displays looks different up close: This image finished 18th out of 1700 in a recent photo competition that awarded prizes for images make through microscopes. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Science News
December 2005
Julie Ann Miller
Gerald F. Tape (1915-2005) This physicist during World War II became a member of the President's Science Advisory Committee and the chair of the CIA's Nuclear Intelligence Panel. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
December 2005
Jeese Walker
Weird Science In 2004 the U.S. Air Force released a report on the feasibility of teleportation. The average reader might suspect the Pentagon could have gotten more for its money by buying a dozen hammers, but a few analysts have stepped up to defend the project. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Reactive Reports
November 2005
David Bradley
Water, Water How a strand of water just a few molecules thick could provide nanoscale clues about water's intriguing properties and why water is the dread enemy of atomic force microscopy. mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
December 2005
William Sweet
The Atomic Energy Agency's Peace Prize The conferral in October of the Nobel Peace Prize on the International Atomic Energy Agency and its current director general, Mohamed ElBaradei, is noteworthy on several scores. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
December 2005
Justin Mullins
Long Shot It sounds too good to be true: high-quality flat lenses that focus light and can be made in sheets and cut to size. That's the promise of a new class of materials with a negative refractive index that bend light in the opposite direction from conventional materials. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
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