Bullet Journal: Nano Today

    

    ISSN: 1748-0132  Vol./Iss.: 5/1

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Date: February 2010

 

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Editorial Board
Page CO2

News and Opinions

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Nanoparticles cause DNA damage, according to new reports
Page 1

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Carbon nanotube p-n diode sees the light
Page 2

4.

Researchers take Si/Ge nanowires to a new level
Page 3

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Dye-sensitized solar cells go three dimensional
Page 4

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A cheap and abundant alternative to Pt in fuel cells?
Page 5

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Cleaning up contaminated waste sites: Is nanotechnology the answer?
Pages 6-8
Todd Kuiken

Rapid Communications

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Stimuli-responsive polymers for the targeted delivery of paclitaxel to hepatocytes
Pages 9-14
Noreen T. Zaman, Yi-Yan Yang, Jackie Y. Ying

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Direct imprinting of microcircuits on graphene oxides film by femtosecond laser reduction
Pages 15-20
Yonglai Zhang, Li Guo, Shu Wei, Yinyan He, Hong Xia, Qidai Chen, Hong-Bo Sun, Feng-Shou Xiao

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Chemical seeded growth of Ag nanoparticle arrays and their application as reproducible SERS substrates
Pages 21-27
Ana Sánchez-Iglesias, Paula Aldeanueva-Potel, Weihai Ni, Jorge Pérez-Juste, Isabel Pastoriza-Santos, Ramón A. Alvarez-Puebla, Beri N. Mbenkum, Luis M. Liz-Marzán

Reviews

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Microfluidic tools for cell biological research
Pages 28-47
Guilhem Velve-Casquillas, Maël Le Berre, Matthieu Piel, Phong T. Tran

12.

Flame-made nanoparticles for nanocomposites
Pages 48-65
Adrian Camenzind, Walter R. Caseri, Sotiris E. Pratsinis

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Influence of nanoscale surface topography on protein adsorption and cellular response
Pages 66-78
Megan S. Lord, Morten Foss, Flemming Besenbacher

 

 

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