Chemists Tie Tightest Knot Ever!

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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Sustainable Catalysis With Iron Salts

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Researchers have developed a catalytic method that uses iron, one of the cheapest, most abundant metals on Earth.

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Leaf-Inspired Photomicroreactor Could Power A Step Change In The Chemical Industry

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We talk to Dr. Tim Noel about work and inspiration behind his group's latest design, a photomicroreactor.

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Leaf-Inspired Continuous-Flow Photochemistry

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Solar-powered photomicroreactor harnesses Sun's energy for continuous flow photoredox reactions.

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Seven days in science - 24 Feb 2017

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Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.

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Nanometric Tracks Can Direct Nerve Growth

Nanometric Tracks Can Direct Nerve Growth

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Nanoprinting patterns onto nanofibers direct neuron growth.

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Deuterium and Tritium Separated Using a Functionalized Metal-Organic Framework
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Deuterium and tritium can be separated from each other relatively easily using a functionalized metal-organic framework compound.

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Sound-Shaping Super-Material Invented
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A super-material that bends, shapes and focuses sound waves that pass through it has been invented.

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Triboelectric Nanogenerators Boost Mass Spectrometry Performance
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Replacing conventional power supplies with TENG devices for charging the molecules being analyzed, can boost the sensitivity of mass spectrometers to unprecedented levels.

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