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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
August 10, 2009
James Urquhart
Stretching for reversible enzyme activation A new kind of biologically inspired nanomaterial that can be chemically turned on and off by mechanical stretching has been devised by French researchers. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 5, 2009
Phillip Broadwith
Zipping photovoltaics up straight Straightening out the backbone of supramolecular self-assembling photovoltaic devices leads to dramatic improvements in device performance, Swiss scientists revealed this week at the Iupac Congress in Glasgow, UK. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 30, 2009
Phillip Broadwith
Smoothing out plasmonic surfaces US scientists have found a simple way to make smooth metal films with nano-scale patterns in a variety of shapes that could one day be used in plasmonic devices that manipulate electromagnetic waves. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 23, 2009
Hayley Birch
Nanotube growth caught on camera French and US researchers have produced the first video evidence that carbon nanotubes turn as they grow. mark for My Articles 252 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 17, 2009
Andy Extance
Window opened on nanodot domain state formation British and German scientists claim they have directly observed how domain states form in nanometre-scale ferroelectric crystals for the first time. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 16, 2009
Lewis Brindley
Sound waves speed up sexual assault testing Separating the male and female components of sexual assault evidence using sound waves could vastly cut the time it takes to identify suspects, researchers in the US and Sweden report. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 16, 2009
Jon Cartwright
Nanoparticles show 'inverse photoconductance' Chemists in the US have created the first material to exhibit 'inverse photoconductance', in which conductance decreases with exposure to visible light. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Science News
July 18, 2009
Paul Fendley
Five Problems In Physics Without The Definite Article Most physicists don't consider a phenomenon to be understood until there are both repeatable experiments displaying it and a quantitative theoretical description. mark for My Articles 204 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 16, 2009
Joe Pappalardo
Brighter Than Thou: Brookhaven Lab's Newest Particle Accelerator Yesterday, dignitaries gathered at Brookhaven National Laboratory to celebrate the official groundbreaking of a science lab that promises to produce beams of light small enough to aim at resolutions of one nanometer. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 28, 2009
Phillip Broadwith
Nanotube transistors swing both ways Researchers have combined titanium dioxide nanoparticles with carbon nanotubes to make light-sensitive transistors that can be made either to switch on or off in response to UV light. mark for My Articles 306 similar articles
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