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Nanotherapy: gold-drug combo could target tumors. Sep 22, 2007 449
Spot on: printing flexible electronics one nanodot at a time. Sep 15, 2007 518
Soot sense: test tallies exposure to diesel pollution. Aug 4, 2007 504
Allergy nanomedicine: buckyballs dampen response of cells that trigger allergic reactions. Jul 7, 2007 480
Inside a melting crystal. Brief Article Jul 2, 2005 123
Chlorine's fate? Letter to the Editor Jul 2, 2005 90
Lube tune-up: Motor oil from recycled plastic could improve automotive-fuel efficiency. Jun 25, 2005 446
Micropower heats up: propane fuel cell packs a lot of punch. Jun 11, 2005 459
Smart trap: nanosensor tracks major brain chemical. Jun 4, 2005 490
Off base? Letter to the Editor May 21, 2005 182
Metal rebel: under extreme pressure, sodium breaks the rules for turning into liquid. May 14, 2005 483
Nanowaste: predicting the environmental fate of buckyballs. May 7, 2005 471
The proper popper: corn kernel's chemistry is key to its ka-pop. Apr 30, 2005 404
Double bubble comes off in a pinch. Brief Article Apr 23, 2005 132
Color trails: natural dyes in historic textiles get a closer look. Apr 9, 2005 503
Quick fix: how invasive seaweed repairs its wounds. Apr 2, 2005 442
Clever coating: new polymer may prolong life of medical implants. Mar 26, 2005 473
Slick surfaces: pressure builds to make better motor oils. Mar 12, 2005 479
In the buff: stone age tools may have derived luster from diamond. Feb 19, 2005 481
Negative thinking. Letter to the Editor Feb 19, 2005 96
Petrified wood: quick and easy. Brief Article Feb 5, 2005 122
Hungry for hydrogen: microbes in hot springs feed on unlikely source. Jan 29, 2005 418
Infrared vision: new material may enhance plastic solar cells. Jan 22, 2005 458
Reflections on insecticides: mirror forms of agrochemicals set risk. Jan 8, 2005 456
Sweet glow: nanotube sensor brightens path to glucose detection. Jan 1, 2005 477
Color collective: polymer self-assembles into light-emitting film. Dec 11, 2004 448
Transparent transistor: see-through component for flexible displays. Nov 27, 2004 416
Busy beads: magnetic dust takes droplets for a ride. Nov 20, 2004 495
When Earth got gas. Letter to the Editor Nov 20, 2004 103
Electronics detox: leadfree material for ecofriendly gadgetry. Nov 6, 2004 429
Fatty acid makes busy micropotter. Brief Article Oct 30, 2004 124
Breakdown: how three chemists took the prize: Nobel laureates discovered how cells label proteins for destruction. Brief Article Oct 16, 2004 453
Chemistry. Brief Article Oct 9, 2004 122
Buckyballs at bat: toxic nanomaterials get a tune-up. Oct 2, 2004 515
Deep squeeze: experiments point to methane in Earth's mantle. Sep 25, 2004 460
Attractive offer. Letter to the Editor Sep 25, 2004 96
Electrifying toxic cleanup: electrodes could stimulate removal of radioactive waste. Sep 4, 2004 459
Rattle and hum: molecular machinery makes yeast cells purr. Aug 21, 2004 534
Complex issue. Letter to the Editor Aug 21, 2004 99
Savvy Sieve: carbon nanotubes filter petroleum, polluted water. Aug 14, 2004 481
New strategy for steering drops with finesse. Aug 7, 2004 484
Velcro therapy: branching polymer wards off scarring after eye surgery. Jul 31, 2004 484
Nitrogen power: new crystal packs a lot of punch. Jul 17, 2004 478
Sweet frequency: implantable glucose sensor transmits data wirelessly. Jul 3, 2004 464
Cool magnet: a little bit of iron gives magnetic refrigeration a boost. Jun 26, 2004 460
Weighty discovery: chemical screening technique identifies potential anthrax drug. Jun 12, 2004 533
Protein power: solar cell produces electricity from spinach and bacterial proteins. Jun 5, 2004 486
Chemical knot: scientists assemble legendary symbol by interlocking molecules. May 29, 2004 504
Branching out: semiconducting nanotrees could boost electronics. May 22, 2004 452
Engineered bacteria are genetic rebels. May 15, 2004 516
Injectable medibots: programmable DNA could diagnose and treat cancer. May 1, 2004 613
Armoring vesicles for more precise and reliable drug delivery. Apr 24, 2004 411
Small helper compounds may have spawned early tools of life on Earth. Apr 10, 2004 520
Nanoscale materials damage fish brains. Apr 3, 2004 598
Synthetic molecule yields nanoscale rotor. Mar 20, 2004 462
Fuel cell draws energy from waste. Mar 13, 2004 497
Nanosponges: plastic particles pick up pollutants. Feb 21, 2004 502
Long strand folds into octahedron. Feb 14, 2004 465
Money crunch: tight budget leaves scientists disappointed. Feb 7, 2004 954
Plastic circuits drive paperlike displays. Jan 31, 2004 457
Marine superglue: mussels get stickiness from iron in seawater. Jan 17, 2004 454
Nanowires grow on viral templates. Brief Article Jan 17, 2004 253
Reflective protein causes squid to shimmer. Jan 10, 2004 455
Ultrasensitive nanowires catch mutations. Jan 3, 2004 532
Liquid Crystal Sensor plays nature's game. Dec 20, 2003 438
New technique discerns emeralds' beginnings. Dec 13, 2003 493
Terra-cotta warriors show their true colors. Nov 29, 2003 402
No assembly required: DNA brings carbon nanotube circuits in line. Nov 22, 2003 502
Polymer materials store data permanently. Nov 15, 2003 464
Carpet of carbon nanotubes cleans itself. Nov 1, 2003 452
Timing is everything: implantable polymer chip delivers meds on schedule. Oct 25, 2003 516
Nobel Prize in Chemistry opens channels: research reveals vital function of tiny pores in cell membranes. Oct 18, 2003 531
Metallic nanorods shuttle genes. Oct 11, 2003 568
Imaging technique reveals hidden atoms. Sep 27, 2003 419
Carbon-nanotube device stores data in molecules. Sep 20, 2003 465
Hybrid material removes mercury from water. Sep 6, 2003 398
New materials boost organic electronics. Aug 30, 2003 509
Cantilevers detect trace amounts of explosives. Aug 23, 2003 492

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