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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
March 19, 2014
Jon Cartwright
Computer memory made from sugar cube The sugar-based metal -- organic framework infused with rubidium hydroxide can be switched between high and low resistance states, in a similar way to resistive random-access memory. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 18, 2014
Emma Stoye
Electronic tag dissolves in water A water soluble radio-frequency identification tag that can melt away in a matter of minutes has been developed in John Rogers' lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the US. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 17, 2014
Katia Moskvitch
Nanobionic plants Synthetic nanoparticles can boost photosynthesis in plants and enable them to spot pollutants, according to a team of researchers in the US. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 5, 2014
Jennifer Newton
Microfluidic fuel cells on paper Instrument-free point-of-care diagnostic devices could be taken to the next level with the development of microfluidic fuel cells on paper. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 4, 2014
Rebecca Brodie
Geological technique adapted to analyse Aboriginal Australian objects Australian scientists have used a device initially designed for the mining industry to analyze the mineral content of pigments on wooden objects of cultural significance. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 3, 2014
David Bradley
Mechanical stress pulls cyclization into shape Researchers at the Ruhr University Bochum, in Germany, have calculated that enediyne toxins, compounds used as anticancer drugs, might undergo Bergman cyclization when put under stress. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 28, 2014
Tim Wogan
Fuel cells put in the frame with catalysts that need far less platinum US scientists have created an exceptional fuel cell catalyst that contains far less platinum -- conventional catalysts need 36 times more platinum to hit the same levels of activity. mark for My Articles 258 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 24, 2014
Andy Extance
Molecular motors aim to pass water Water droplets whose shape mysteriously shifts when the surface underneath them is exposed to light could become nanotech-powered chemistry vessels. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 18, 2014
Alan Dronsfield
Early days of x-ray crystallography This book by Andre Authier can be enjoyed on two levels. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Information Today
February 18, 2014
Publishing Technology Enhances AIP Publishing's Scitation Platform Publishing Technology, PLC partnered with AIP Publishing, part of the American Institute of Physics, to provide a new custom platform for AIP Publishing's Scitation digital content database mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
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