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Nanowire devices can communicate with individual nerve cells and their extensions.
The first direct in vivo comparison of nanoparticles with their equivalent bulk materials shows little difference in their toxic effects
Stripy nanowires detect different toxins or bioweapons
Could straw furnish the fuel of the future?
Structure-function analysis will help to tackle the growing problem of insecticide resistance.
A technique used to pinpoint the time at which new species of life evolved has been adapted to date historic prints.
Sensors with molecular probes that fold around their targets, in combination with electrochemical detection, are being heralded as the ultimate user-friendly 'just add sample' device. Michael Gross reports.
Chemists around the world have discovered several new twists to improve the performance of asymmetric catalysts in hydrogenation reactions
The healthy version of the scrapie pathogen helps regulate intracellular copper ion levels.
A photograph printed in platinum and then modified with the gum bichromate process, has sold for nearly $3 million at Sotheby's.
The annual loss of around one per cent of the world's permafrost areas could trigger the release of even more greenhouse gases.
US researchers have increased the information density of microarrays without further shrinking the dimensions of the spots.
Researchers in the UK have coupled a virus with redox-active molecules, creating particles they say could be useful in nanoelectronics.
Researchers, including two high school students and a Nobel laureate, have created a sensitive, simple, cocaine sensor.
US researchers have equipped a large RNA domain with a DNA switch, which they say can fold or unfold the RNA molecule at will.
Chiral catalysis and analytical separation of the resulting enantiomers can now be performed on a single chip.
Scientists are beginning to make sense of romantic love through modern imaging techniques and a multidisciplinary approach. Michael Gross uncovers the method behind the madness
A linguistic approach could revolutionise the analysis and annotation of complex proteome data, an Italian protein expert has argued.
Chemists from UK and Cuban universities will meet in Havana next week to discuss the application of chemistry in the life sciences.
DNA microarrays play a major role in gene expression research and now second generations of the technology are coming into play. Michael Gross reports
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