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When faced with the most cutting-edge problems in materials science, the 'right' research infrastructure can be as important as the quality of the scientific ideas. European researchers are being asked to consider a more inclusive way of doing science.
Fluids that respond to magnetic fields are predicted to display complex behaviour and morphologies. New experiments with colloidal dispersions provide direct evidence for self-assembled chains and networks in such systems.
Attendees at a recent Materials Research Society symposium on 'bio-inspired' nanomaterials were left to wonder: of biotechnology and nanotechology, which will have a greater impact on the other?
Useful photonic materials must be engineered to high specifications. Microassembly is one solution to building the next generation of photonic crystal structures, as well as many other tiny devices for manipulating light.
(Nature Materials, 1, 211–212; 2002) Aspergillus niger and Trachyderma tsunodae are described erroneously as bacteria. Aspergillus is a fungus, Trachyderma an insect.
The tools we use at the human scale, whether mechanical, medical or microelectronic, depend on materials for which some other scale of length or time is critical. Often this is the mesoscale, between the scales of engineering and of atomic science. Linking underlying processes to what we handle...
As fabrication technology pushes the dimensions of ferromagnetic structures into the nanoscale, understanding the magnetization processes of these structures is of fundamental interest, and key to future applications in hard disk drives, magnetic random access memory and other 'spintronic'...
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