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Intense competition exists in the realm of research and development in nanotechnology. The government of Japan, one of the countries most advanced in this field, has been actively promoting this form of R&D in cooperation with industrial and academic circles. The hope is that success in...
A new polymer for delivering DNA in synchrony with the life cycle of white blood cells stimulates a cell-killing immune response and makes DNA vaccines much more potent.
The mechanical properties of nanotube bundles are limited by the sliding of individual nanotubes across each other. Introducing crosslinks between the nanotubes by electron irradiation prevents sliding, and leads to dramatic improvements in strength.
Although the advent of organic electronics promises the development of such futuristic applications as electronic paper, the limited resolution with which these materials can be patterned is hampering the progress. But the way forward may now have been found by investigating how these materials...
A new generation of liquid-crystal gels provides ideal models to study the unique phenomena arising from the combination of molecular orientation and elastic strain.
The design of catalysts with desired chemical and thermal properties is viewed as a grand challenge for scientists and engineers
. For operation at high temperatures, stability against structural transformations is a key requirement. Although doping has been found to impede degradation, the...
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