May, 2014
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Swiss cross from room temperature AFM

Rebecca Pool
Monday, July 21, 2014 - 08:45

In an AFM breakthrough, physicists have fabricated the Swiss cross from twenty ions placed on an insulator at room temperature

Profile: Eva Nogales - The big picture

Rebecca Pool
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 08:45

Using cryo-electron microscopy Eva Nogales solves the structures of breathtakingly complex macromolecules. Microscopy and Analysis finds out how.




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Ptychographic microscopy drives label-free imaging forward

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Claiming a world first, researchers have constructed quantum dots and molecules with atomic accuracy

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US researchers have discovered structural differences between human and bacteria ribosomes alter how each decodes genetic information

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