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Some materials scientists think that the United Kingdom's decision to cut funding for 'big physics' is benefiting them. Here's why it isn't.
Although the Internet has fundamentally changed the way we communicate, science publishing is remarkably hesitant in making full use of the potential offered by new technology.
The American Physical Society is the largest publisher in physics. Nature Materials talks to Gene Sprouse, Editor-in-Chief of APS publications.
Nanoparticles with alternating striations of hydrophobic and hydrophilic ligands cross the cell membrane by a direct mechanism — a route that delivers them to the main compartment of the cell while leaving the membrane undisrupted.
The observation of metallic conductivity at interfaces between layers of organic insulators opens the way to the realization of a wide range of electronic systems that cannot be prepared in bulk organic materials.
A blend of ferroelectric and semiconducting polymers provides a potential route to a memory technology compatible with low-cost printed electronics.
Materials that respond to their external environment require creative molecular design — much inspiration comes from the natural world.
The past 20 years have witnessed simultaneous multidisciplinary explosions in experimental techniques for synthesizing new materials, measuring and manipulating nanoscale structures, understanding biological processes at the nanoscale, and carrying out large-scale computations of many-atom and...
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