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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
January 11, 2011
Elinor Richards
Sensors in the blood Scientists from China have developed a water-soluble zinc-based fluorescent sensor to detect pyrophosphate in blood that isn't affected by the environment and can be used in real blood samples. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 9, 2011
Mike Brown
Mild route to organohalides using visible light A greener way to convert alcohols to their corresponding bromides and iodides using visible light and without generating wasteful by-products has been developed by US researchers. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 7, 2011
Jennifer Newton
Microfluidic pinball A device to deposit polymer layers on oil droplets has been made by researchers from Singapore, who say that their design is faster and more efficient than conventional deposition techniques and uses microfluidics. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 5, 2011
Jon Cartright
Silk woven into transistors Researchers in Sweden and Spain have created transistors woven from modified silk fibres. The breakthrough bodes well for a new generation of electronic circuits that can be incorporated into fabrics or inserted into biological environments. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
PC Magazine
December 13, 2010
Jamie Lendino
Scientists Develop Self-Healing Plastics Resarchers have now figured out a way to build plastic material that heals itself. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2011
Susan Karlin
Game Design: Sometimes It Is Rocket Science Sony executive John Blakely's prior career as a space engineer is more useful than you'd imagine mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 22, 2010
Patricia Pantos
Ferrofluids help you see better US researchers have used ferrofluids as liquid pistons that could be used to make adjustable liquid lenses with nearly perfect spherical interfaces for applications such as an optometrist's phoropter. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 16, 2010
Elinor Richards
Measuring the strength of garlic Richard Compton and his team from the University of Oxford have made an electrochemical sensor that detects the amount of diallylsulfides in garlic. Larger amounts of diallylsulfides indicate a stronger flavor. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 15, 2010
Hayley Birch
New technique probes electron properties of individual atoms A new, low voltage electron microscopy technique allows scientists to discriminate not just between atoms of different elements but between atoms of the same element in different electronic states. mark for My Articles 318 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 14, 2010
Phillip Broadwith
Speeding up electrons in solar cells Swiss and Chinese scientists have developed a new way of making the porous TiO2 electrode for solid state dye-sensitised solar cells. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
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