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Chemistry World
June 14, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Nicotine hit at the flick of a switch with new nanotube patch A membrane embedded with carbon nanotubes can deliver a pulse of nicotine at the flick of a switch - rather than the continuous diffusion of the drug through current skin patches. mark for My Articles 187 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 13, 2010
Lewis Brindley
Novel 'cell wires' to patch up heart or nerve damage Noodle-like strings containing living cells have been made by researchers in the US. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 10, 2010
Carol Stainer
Hot tip makes light work of graphene circuit US researchers have 'drawn' tiny conductive lines on an insulating graphene oxide surface using the heated tip of an atomic force microscope that changes the local chemistry of the surface. mark for My Articles 124 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 9, 2010
Jon Cartwright
Laser tracks electrons in molecules The breakthrough suggests that attosecond lasers will soon enable scientists to address problems in chemistry and biology, which until now were too complex for attosecond science. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 3, 2010
Manisha Lalloo
Cracking yolk-shell nanoparticles Scientists in Australia have found a new way to synthesise 'yolk-shell' nanoparticles with tunable shell thickness and pore size. The particles could have applications as nanoreactors and in drug delivery. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 1, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Structural order gained over conducting polymer Scientists in Canada and the US have shown how it is possible to assemble ordered arrays of short chains of a commercially important conducting polymer on a metal surface. mark for My Articles 248 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
June 2010
Susan Karlin
Film Review: The Nature of Existence A new documentary film tackles the big question mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 2010
How to disappear completely Animals use all sorts of optical trickery to make themselves invisible to predators. Hayley Birch finds out how the natural world can help develop new camouflage materials mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 23, 2010
Jon Cartwright
Light sparks new approach to data storage Chemists in Japan have created the first material that can undergo a photoreversible transition from metal to semiconductor. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 14, 2010
Phillip Broadwith
Powerful pocket sized NMR magnets Arrangements of chunks of permanent magnetic material that can be tweaked to give strong, uniform fields could open the door to more sensitive and higher resolution portable nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers, say researchers in Germany. mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
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