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Archives: 2004 Highlights

  • Nanomaterials break out of laboratory into marketplace (October 2004)
  • ‘Flying' nanotubes are strong and hard (July 2004)
  • Nanoparticles, super-absorbent gel clean radioactivity from porous structures (July 2004)
  • Studies on electric polarization open potential for tinier devices (July 2004)
  • Argonne, U of Wisconsin engineers visualize electric memory as it fades (June 2004)
  • Electricity controls nanocrystal shape (March 2004)
  • Understanding Nanocrystal Shapes through Simulation (February 2004)

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