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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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Chemistry . Material Sciences . Microbiology

Biominerals point the way

October 30, 2013

The way bacteria create their magnetic navigational aids could be an inspiration for materials scientists [more]

Chemistry . Material Sciences

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The smallest ice crystals in the world

September 24, 2012

An ingenious experiment reveals the minimum number of molecules needed before water forms a crystalline structure [more]

Chemistry . Climate Research . Earth Sciences . Plant Research

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More carbon dioxide leads to less clouds

September 03, 2012

A new feedback mechanism operating between vegetation and cloud formation could enhance the climate change [more]

Chemistry . Climate Research

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Increase of air pollution

August 01, 2012

Atmospheric model calculates changes in air quality for a large portion of the world’s population over the coming decades [more]

Chemistry . Earth Sciences

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Megacity emissions sensed from space

October 05, 2011

The emissions of nitrogen oxides can be determined from satellite measurements of the pollution levels by using a mathematical trick [more]

Chemistry . Immunobiology . Medicine

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The hidden danger of oxygen

February 17, 2011

Long-lived reactive oxygen intermediates that develop on particles in the atmosphere could explain why more and more people are suffering from allergies [more]

Chemistry . Climate Research

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Atmosphere cleans itself more efficiently than previously thought

January 13, 2011

Concentration of pollutant-degrading hydroxyl radicals in the air remains stable worldwide [more]

Chemistry . Ecology

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Red light regulates nectar secretion

September 29, 2010

Nectar production in Lima beans depends on light quality [more]

 
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