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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013 celebrates the use of computer simulations to model complex chemical systems using multiscale approaches. Taken in a broad sense, these ideas and techniques extend well beyond chemistry.
Measurements of the structure and organization of intact bone samples show that water plays a significant role in orienting bone apatite crystals, and that such ordering is mediated by an amorphous mineral coating layer.
Adult cells can be routinely reprogrammed into pluripotent stem cells by chemical and genetic means, such as the expression of a cocktail of exogenous transcription factors. It is now shown that growing cells on substrates with aligned features such as microgrooves can enhance this process.
Traps in organic semiconducting crystals are healed when a perfluoropolyether oil is deposited on the surface of these materials, thus making possible the detection of intrinsic features of charge-carrier transport in rubrene and tetracene.
Scanning probe techniques reveal an intricate interplay between the formation of structural domains in strontium titanate and electronic transport effects at oxide interfaces.
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