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Sop story: new porous gel soaks up heavy metal. Jul 28, 2007 476
Needling cells: stem cells could take their cues from silicon nanowires. Jun 23, 2007 499
Our microbes, ourselves: how bacterial communities in the body influence human health. May 19, 2007 2330
Bright future: new materials and devices bring white LEDs closer to home. Jul 16, 2005 957
Energy on ice: A vast, untapped source of natural gas comes in from the cold. Jun 25, 2005 2309
Tissue tether: improved conducting plastic could boost nerve-regeneration success. May 28, 2005 468
Carbon nanotubes drive X-ray scanner. Brief Article May 28, 2005 269
Something to chew on: hard facts about tooth enamel. May 14, 2005 2233
Crystal clear. Brief Article May 14, 2005 271
Special treatment: tiny technology tackles mega messes. Apr 23, 2005 2217
Venetian grinds: the secret behind Italian Renaissance painters' brilliant palettes. Cover Story Mar 12, 2005 1696
Molecular surgery traps hydrogen inside carbon cage. Brief Article Feb 19, 2005 233
Chemistry AU naturel: mimicking nature's clean and efficient ways. Feb 12, 2005 1923
Building artificial cells from scratch. Brief Article Jan 29, 2005 233
Concrete nation: bright future for ancient material. Jan 1, 2005 2208
Solar hydrogen: the search for water-splitting materials brightens up. Oct 30, 2004 2234
Microbes make the switch: tailored bacteria need caffeine product to survive. Oct 23, 2004 505
Reversible gel restores artwork. Brief Article Oct 23, 2004 243
Branching polymer could heal cataract wounds. Brief Article Oct 23, 2004 237
Hungry for nano: the fruits of nanotechnology could transform the food industry. Sep 25, 2004 2030
Nanotech goes to new lengths: scientists create ultralong carbon nanotubes. Sep 18, 2004 465
Model growth: simulations expose branching nature of polymer crystals. Sep 11, 2004 397
Juice could ward off cancer in smokers. Brief Article Sep 11, 2004 234
Molecular machines split water. Brief Article Sep 11, 2004 269
Gold quantum dots. Brief Article Sep 11, 2004 227
Meteorites may have delivered phosphorus. Brief Article Sep 11, 2004 251
Tricky business: the crystal form of a drug can be the secret to its success. Aug 21, 2004 2370
Diatom menagerie: engineering microscopic algae to produce designer materials. Cover Story Jul 17, 2004 2193
DNA coordinates assembly of glassy nanoscale structures: nanotechnology. Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 240
Nice threads: the golden secret behind spinning carbon-nanotube fibers. Jun 5, 2004 2269
Strange brew brings inorganic chemicals to life. Brief Article May 29, 2004 176
Space invaders: the stuff of life has far-flung origins. Cover Story May 1, 2004 1906
RNA manufactures palladium particles. Apr 17, 2004 480
New polymer ink writes tiny structures. Mar 27, 2004 463
Forensics on trial: chemical matching of bullets comes under fire. Mar 27, 2004 2421
Reconstructing ancient drinking habits. Brief Article Mar 27, 2004 231
Body builders: using stem cells to cultivate organs. Mar 6, 2004 1992
Diagnosing the developing world: turning high-tech innovations into low-cost medical tests. Feb 14, 2004 837
Virtual nanotech: modeling materials one atom at a time. Feb 7, 2004 2125
Nature's tiniest rotor runs like clockwork. Brief Article Feb 7, 2004 199
Light whips platinum into shape. Brief Article Feb 7, 2004 235
News that's fit to print--and preserve: how long can libraries hold on to their newspaper collections? Jan 10, 2004 1894
The nature of things: attempts to change the periodic table raise eyebrows. Oct 25, 2003 1924

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