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How polymers, whether man-made or biological, organise themselves into structures ranging in size from nanometres to micrometres was the subject of a Faraday Discussion meeting, Self-organising polymers, in Leeds, UK, earlier this year.
A new set of simple empirical rules for drug design that avoids any 'wet' chemistry or complicated calculations has been mooted by chemists in Cambridge, UK.
By using artificial ion channels based on gramicidin, a bacterial toxin, scientists from Canada and Germany are quite literally illuminating nerve cell processes.
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