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The latest news from research and industry A look at the best current research from across the literature Totally dedicated to nanoscale science, technology and engineering
Futurists predict body swaps for planet hops
Fantastic predictions about the future of nanotech

New spin on transistors
Electron spin controls transistor made from artificial atom.

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Buying time
Making the most of crude oil stocks with zeolite catalysis.

Shaping the field
Ultrafast magnetic switching by picosecond pulse shaping.

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Genetic glue for nanostructures
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It's not just size that matters
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Roll up for the revolution
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Read about the history, properties and prospects of this month's selected material Reportage, analysis, and reviews on the state of materials research Industrial and academic job listings and careers advice in materials science, engineering, and nanotech
Our consumption of concrete — more than 2.5 tonnes per person per year — is second only to our consumption of fresh water.
Honey, I shrunk the lab
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Alternative energy technologies
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Ordered porous materials for emerging applications
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An industrial revolution

Getting into good company

Applications matter
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