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New technique can sense movement of single molecules over hours

Scientists can detect the movements of single molecules by using fluorescent tags or by pulling them in delicate force measurements, but only for a few minutes. A new technique by Rice University researchers will allow them to track single molecules without modifying them - and it works over longer timescales.

Posted: Jun 23rd, 2010

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Quantum simulations uncover hydrogen's phase transitions

Not much is known about what happens to this abundant element under high-pressure conditions when it transforms from one state to another. Using quantum simulations, scientists were able to uncover these phase transitions in the laboratory.

Posted: Jun 23rd, 2010

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Nanomaterials researchers' guide for solving optimization problems now available from NAG

Worldwide nanomaterials researchers seeking the most appropriate way to solve difficult optimization problems typical of nanomaterials research can get easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to select the best-suited local or global optimization routines, from the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) Library, by making use of the Decision Trees for optimization.

Posted: Jun 23rd, 2010

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Bioinspiriert und nanostrukturiert: Wasserstofftechnologie und Solarenergienutzung

Professor Dr. Matthias Beller vom Leibniz-Institut fuer Katalyse in Rostock, der am 29. August 2010 anlaesslich des 3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress in Nuernberg als erster Wissenschaftler mit dem neu geschaffenen European Sustainable Chemistry Award ausgezeichnet wird, eroeffnet am 29. Juni in Rostock das Symposium 'Catalysis and Photochemistry for Energy Technologies'.

Posted: Jun 23rd, 2010

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Quantum gas in free fall

A sensitive measuring device must not be dropped - because this usually destroys the precision of the instrument. A team of researchers including scientists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics has done exactly this, however. And the researchers want to use this experience to make the measuring instrument even more sensitive.

Posted: Jun 22nd, 2010

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