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Magazine articles on physics.
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Chemistry World
April 1, 2014
Melanie Britton
Paul Lauterbur and the invention of MRI This book, written by Lauterbur's wife, Joan Dawson, is an interesting and often touching account of his life and of the discovery and development of MRI. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 31, 2014
Ian Randall
Shifting fluids with fuel-free enzyme pumps Microscopic, non-mechanical pumps that are activated and powered by the fluids they move have been developed by researchers from the US, Russia and Puerto Rico. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 30, 2014
Tim Wogan
A window into oysters' armor The transparent armor of a particular oyster dissipates energy in a small area, ensuring that the body of the armor remains unaffected. Researchers plan to use the findings to design visors and windscreens. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 27, 2014
Simon Hadlington
Popcorn-like explosion of single crystals explained Chemists have created single crystals of metal coordination complexes that explode violently when exposed to UV light, leaping high into the air. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 26, 2014
Katia Moskvitch
Nanoparticle sensors detect drug damage in the liver Stanford University researchers have created nanoparticle-based sensors that can image metabolites in animal livers, which they say could help eliminate toxic drug candidates before they are given to humans. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 25, 2014
David Bradley
Silkscreen printing goes nano A team at Tufts University, US, has demonstrated that water can be used as the base for electron-beam lithography if silk is the target material with another acting as the mask for areas onto which the beam must not impinge. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 21, 2014
Richard Massey
Magnetic field and pH synergy controls therapeutic burst Australian researchers have shown how alternating magnetic fields could be used to localize the release of cancer-fighting drugs to cancer cells, limiting side effects in the rest of the body. mark for My Articles 201 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 20, 2014
Emma Stoye
Super sensitive test hones in on performance enhancing drugs A new technique that increases the sensitivity of mass spectrometry could make it harder for athletes to cheat, by identifying minute traces of banned drug metabolites in urine that would otherwise go undetected. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 20, 2014
James Urquhart
Nanoparticle composites make colorful magnetic crystals Incorporating nanoparticles into single crystal materials can imbue them with new properties, such as color and magnetism, thanks to gel crystallization techniques developed independently by UK and Chinese research groups. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 19, 2014
Hazel Neighbour
Analytical tools made from ordinary office paper Commonplace equipment can turn office paper into cheap, portable and disposable electrochemical devices that are ideal for using in remote locations. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
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