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Wide Wavelength Tuning of Optical Antennas on Graphene
with Nanosecond Response Time
Selective Excitation of Single Molecules Coupled to
the Bright Mode of a Plasmonic Cavity
Growth of High-Density-Aligned and Semiconducting-Enriched Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Decoupling the Conflict between Density and Selectivity
Continuous Flow Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging Reveals Fluidity and Time-Dependent Interactions of Antimicrobial Dendrimer with Model Lipid Membranes
Cell Biology: A robotic nanopipette gently removes femtoliter samples from single cells without killing them
Materials: With three new materials, the batteries could reach high storage capacities and have long lifetimes
Materials Science: With three new materials, lithium-sulfur batteries could have longer lifetimes and extend the range of electric vehicles between charges
Bacteria are less misanthropic than we thought
Bacteria were thought to be like Alceste from the 17th century comedy The Misan...
What does “aging” mean for our cells?
Aubrey de Grey, a researcher at Cambridge University, thinks that aging should be considered and ...
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