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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
October 3, 2012
Yuandi Li
Metal-free resins can drive down cost of solar energy Costly metals in some solar cells could be replaced by cheap resins, according to Korean research. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 2, 2012
Fiona McKenzie
Protein sorting within cells US scientists have used magnetic nanoparticles with specific ligands to latch on to and visualize specific proteins in living cells. mark for My Articles 330 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2012
The Cosmological Supercomputer How the Bolshoi simulation evolves the universe all over again mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 28, 2012
Laura Howes
Tuning photonic crystals by blending brush polymers Bob Grubbs at the California Institute of Technology in the US, has previously made photonic crystals with brush block copolymers but this precise tuning of the wavelength of reflected light is new. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 27, 2012
Andy Extance
Silicon sliver implants melt away A US-led team has made the first completely water-soluble silicon-based circuits and demonstrated simple medical implant devices that wouldn't need later removal. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 26, 2012
James Urquhart
Graphene speaks volumes Graphene might be a suitable material, particularly owing to its high thermal conductivity, very low heat capacity and its ability to form free-standing membranes. Single and multiple layers of graphene can generate thermoacoustic sound on a range of substrates. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 24, 2012
Simon Hadlington
Raised eyebrows greet graphite superconductivity claim Can graphite treated merely with water become a superconductor at room temperature? This is the extraordinary claim made by scientists in Germany. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 21, 2012
Michael Parkin
'Training' a memristive network Researchers in Italy and Germany have developed an organic memristive device that mimics the adaptive processes occurring in nervous systems such as the human brain. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 20, 2012
Christopher Castleton
Semiconductor doping Until now there has been a rather thin selection of graduate level primers focused on properties and characterization methods for semiconductor point defects. Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors by McCluskey and Haller fills it nicely. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 19, 2012
Jon Cartwright
Thermoelectrics 'pass new milestone' Researchers in the US claim to have passed a new milestone in thermoelectrics with a material that converts heat to electricity more efficiently than ever before. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
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