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Magazine articles on physics.
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IEEE Spectrum
February 2013
Lucas Laursen
Plugging In to Plant Roots Marsh grasses can power small fuel cells. Cast-off electrons in a plant's roots can provide electricity, a Dutch team reports. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 31, 2013
Phillip Broadwith
Funding council backs doctoral training centers with 350m pounds. The UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has announced that it will invest 350 million pounds in a second generation of Centers for Doctoral Training aligned towards priority areas of research. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 30, 2013
Philip Robinson
NMR with a light touch Interactions between NMR-active nuclei in a sample and laser light could lead to a new, simpler form of NMR. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 29, 2013
Laura Howes
Paper crane to carbon electrode Christina Giordano's lab at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Germany, has been working on making structured carbon electrodes from paper using inkjet printing. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
Winter 2013
Nicole Kresge
A Structural Revolution Over the years, scientists and artists have used an assortment of techniques to showcase molecular structure. mark for My Articles 295 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Quantum timepiece ticks the right boxes In a remarkable feat of quantum horology, scientists in the US have created a clock that derives its timing mechanism from nothing more complicated than the mass of an atom. The new clock could prove to be a new way to make highly accurate measurements of atomic mass. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2013
Holly Sheahan
Manipulating microswimmers US scientists have found a way to control the direction of microscopic swimming robots using lasers. This is the first time that anyone has used a method like this to control a microscale particle in solution, they say. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2013
Laura Howes
Rotaxane mimics ribosome to spin out peptides The field of molecular machines has taken a new bio-inspired turn to assemble another molecule, in this case linking up individual amino acids into a peptide. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 9, 2013
Andy Extance
Crystals aim to light up dark matter German scientists hunting dark matter are set to produce half a ton of high-purity calcium tungstate for their detectors, one 1kg crystal at a time. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 7, 2013
James Urquhart
Kilogram ready to slim down for the new year UK scientists have developed a cleaning technique that could solve a long-standing puzzle in the field of metrology -- how to return the standard kilogram, against which all others are measured, to its original mass. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
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