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April 25th, 2005
When you work in nanotechnology - the science of engineering the very small - it helps to have a sense of humour. It especially helps when lay people ask you about the tiny robots you're supposed to be building - or whether they could be used to turn meek scientists into rampaging green man-mountains, like in the Hulk movie.
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New Topical Hemostatic Agent: Neutral Self-Assembling Peptide Hydrogel September 30th, 2014
Big Results Require Big Ambitions: Three young UCSB faculty receive CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation September 18th, 2014
Rice rolls 'neat' nanotube fibers: Rice University researchers' acid-free approach leads to strong conductive carbon threads September 15th, 2014
Molecular self-assembly controls graphene-edge configuration September 10th, 2014
Beyond LEDs: Brighter, new energy-saving flat panel lights based on carbon nanotubes - Planar light source using a phosphor screen with highly crystalline single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) as field emitters demonstrates its potential for energy-efficient lighting device October 14th, 2014
NTU develops ultra-fast charging batteries that last 20 years October 14th, 2014
Fast, cheap nanomanufacturing: Arrays of tiny conical tips that eject ionized materials could fabricate nanoscale devices cheaply October 4th, 2014
Nano-bearings on the test bench: Fullerene spheres can be used to slide in the nanoworld October 3rd, 2014