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Nanopatterns regulate electricity

Regular arrangements of sodium atoms make sodium cobalt oxide a perfect material for laptop batteries, an efficient cooling material and a superconductor.

Posted: Feb 7th, 2007

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Measurements recast usual view of elusive force

Physicists have demonstrated that the warmer a surface is, the stronger its subtle ability to attract nearby atoms, a finding that could affect the design of devices that rely on small-scale interactions, such as atom chips, nanomachines, and MEMS.

Posted: Feb 7th, 2007

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Why soft matter matters

At the interface between chemistry, physics and biology, a new field of research has established itself during the last three decades or so, which by its followers is simply and lovingly called soft matter.

Posted: Feb 6th, 2007

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Cleaner fuel through nanotechnology

Researchers showed for the first time that not only the size, but also the shape of the particle matters for the catalytic potential in fuel desulphurisation.

Posted: Feb 6th, 2007

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