Celebrating twenty years
German researchers piece together biological jigsaw.
People can lose their eyesight for a number of different reasons but there are a few promising treatments on the horizon. Michael Gross looks them up.
Lab on a chip: miniaturized systems for (bio)chemical analysis and synthesis
Protein Microarray Technology
Engineered motor protein holds nanotechnological promise.
Scientists find new iron-attacking microbes.
Danish researchers film the growth of carbon nanofibres.
UK research team improves beta blocker delivery using tree-like polymers.
Flipping a spin is easier and faster than moving around electrons. So are we going to switch to spintronics? Michael Gross investigates.
Cancer cells rely on the heat shock protein Hsp90, but healthy cells need it as well.
New methods allowing researchers to sort metallic from semiconducting carbon nanotubes and to connect them to nanowires bring us a step closer to nanotube computers.
Detecting specific sequences of DNA quickly and cheaply is a prerequisite for developing widely usable gene sensors.
Self-assembling molecular capsules can serve as containers, separation tools and even as reaction vessels and catalysts.
If you want to develop high performance materials with nanometre-scale designs and environmentally friendly production processes, you should look to nature for inspiration.
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