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As the United States Congress confronts budgeting challenges, whether federal funding of scientific research is perceived as an investment or a discretionary expense will have long-term consequences.
Efficient energy harvesting from temperature gradients requires thermoelectric materials with low thermal and high electrical conductivities. A conducting polymer can fulfil these conditions if its doping level is controlled precisely.
Maximum yield of self-assembly for a target structure can be attained with simple rules for the interactions between the structure's building blocks.
Collective cell motion in a continuous tissue is found to be guided by cooperative intercellular forces.
Steady-state remodelling in model cytoskeletal networks results from the combination of marginal stability and molecular-motor activity.
Grain boundaries in polycrystalline graphene are an obstacle to electron transport. However, cunning refinements in growth techniques push the limits to obtain super-sized single-crystal domains.
In the Commentary 'Still alluring and hard to predict at 100' (P. C. Canfield, Nature Materials 10, 259–261 (2011); published online: 24 March 2011; corrected after print: 19 April 2011.), in the second paragraph, the two instances of 'Copper' should have been 'Cooper'. Corrected in the HTML and...
In the News & Views 'Let's do the twist' (M. Fiebig, Nature Materials. 10, 339–340; 2011), Fig. 1b was incorrect and should have been as shown here. Corrected in the HTML and PDF versions, after print 9 May 2011.
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