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Hand-knitted Molecules

News   Jan 21, 2019 | Original Story by Rainer Klose for Empa.

 
Hand-knitted Molecules

Michael Calame heads Empa's "Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces" laboratory. He designed and supervised the experiments together with Marcel Mayor from the University of Basel and Jaime Ferrer from the University of Oviedo (Spain). Credit: Empa.

 
 
 

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