Bullet  Journal: Nano Today

     ISSN: 1748-0132  Vol./Iss.: 2/2

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Date: April 2007

 

Diamond sparkles
Page 1
Catherine Reinhold
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Taking on the critics
Page 6
Alexis Vlandas
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Cool process produces nanowires in bulk: Synthesis and functionalization
Page 9
Cordelia Sealy
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Integrated electronics head further into the third dimension: Electronic properties
Page 9
D. Jason Palmer
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CNTs and nanofibers – with added vulcanicity: Carbon materials
Page 10
D. Jason Palmer
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Molecules not immune to Si nanowires: Nanomedicine
Page 10
Mark E. Greene
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Nanowires brush up well: Synthesis
Page 10
Cordelia Sealy
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Lenses look further afield: Characterization
Page 11
Katerina Busuttil
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Atoms pair-up before a break-up: Electronic properties
Page 11
Katerina Busuttil
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Smart tailoring of nanocapsules: Nanostructured materials
Page 13
Catherine Reinhold
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Computing with bubbles: Micro/Nanofluidics
Page 13
Catherine Reinhold
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Wafer thin filter sorts individual molecules: Porous materials
Page 13
Catherine Reinhold
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Flipping spins: Nanomagnetism
Page 15
Paula Gould and Catherine Reinhold
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Real-time imaging captures sinking Au atoms: Characterization
Page 15
Paula Gould
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Packing limits govern cement's strength: Mechanical properties
Page 15
Paula Gould
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New direction for organic LEDs: Optical properties
Page 16
D. Jason Palmer
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Molecular devices and machines
Pages 18-25
Vincenzo Balzani, Alberto Credi and Margherita Venturi
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Constructing novel materials with DNA
Pages 26-35
Thom H. LaBean and Hanying Li
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DNA-based nanodevices
Pages 36-41
Tim Liedl, Thomas L. Sobey and Friedrich C. Simmel
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Functional devices from DNA and proteins
Pages 42-52
Christof M. Niemeyer
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Material impact
Page 54
Christopher Mellor
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Nanoparticulates as Drug Carriers
Page 54
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Processing and Properties of Nanocomposites
Page 54
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Growth Market Nanotechnology
Page 54
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Microscope software puts it all together
Page 55
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Taking the heat out of it
Page 55
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Microimaging software gets an upgrade
Page 55
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Software compensates for tilt
Page 55
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Detecting in the infrared
Page 55
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Nanoparticles get mixed up
Page 55
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Insights into amyloid diseases
Page 56
Mark E. Welland
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