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High standards in scientific education and research should not be the privilege of those who can afford to attend prestigious universities. Physicists in Trieste are trying to remedy the isolation of scholars from developing countries and involve them in the worldwide scientific community.
Trial and error has been the traditional method of finding the best catalyst for a reaction. A computational approach can reduce the lab work required.
Colossal magnetoresistance shot the manganites to fame but not fortune. The subsequent rollercoaster levels of interest mimic the free-energy landscapes used to interpret modern data.
A comprehensive theoretical basis for understanding electrowetting is now available. It shows that it is possible to effect drastic shape changes in electrolyte droplets immersed in another (immiscible) electrolyte.
Fabricating nanostructures on a substrate often requires a choice between pattern complexity and narrow wire widths. By combining lithographic patterning with electrochemical templating, complex patterns over large areas with critical dimensions well below 100 nm become possible.
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