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Tomorrow's electronics are diverse. Above all, they take place on the smallest scale. On the nanometre scale, researchers today are already juggling the most varied ingredients: various organic substances on a molecular level or graphene which shows unusual mechanical or electronic characteristics.&nbsp;<a href="#__target_object_not_reachable"> <br /></a>

Nanoelectronics

Tomorrow's electronics are diverse. Above all, they take place on the smallest scale. On the nanometre scale, researchers today are already juggling the most varied ingredients: various organic substances on a molecular level or graphene which shows unusual mechanical or electronic characteristics. [more]

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Astronomy . Astrophysics

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The tail of Venus

January 29, 2013

When the solar wind nearly breaks off, our neighbour's ionosphere expands into space [more]

Developmental Biology . Genetics

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Epigenetic control of cardiogenesis

January 29, 2013

Non-coding RNA is essential for normal embryonic cardiogenesis [more]

Neurosciences

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Glial cells assist in the repair of injured nerves

January 28, 2013

When a nerve is damaged, glial cells produce the protein neuregulin1 and thereby promote the regeneration of nerve tissue [more]

Complex Systems . Material Sciences

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Film or droplets?

January 28, 2013

There is a straightforward explanation as to when a liquid on a rough surface will form a thin film and when it will form droplets [more]

Behavioural Biology

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The benefits of social grooming

January 23, 2013

Researchers found that in chimpanzees the hormone oxytocin is likely to play a key role in maintaining social relations with both kin and non-kin cooperation partners [more]

Evolutionary Biology . Genetics

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A relative from the Tianyuan Cave

January 21, 2013

Ancient DNA has revealed that humans living some 40,000 years ago in the area near Beijing were likely related to many present-day Asians and Native Americans [more]

Ecology . Microbiology

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Wood on the seafloor - an oasis for deep-sea life

January 21, 2013

Sunken woods promote the dispersal of rare deep-sea animals, forming hotspots of biodiversity at the deep seafloor [more]

Evolutionary Biology

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Genetic admixture in southern Africa

January 17, 2013

Ancient Khoisan lineages survive in contemporary Bantu groups [more]

 
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