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April/May 2009

DNA builds by design

Heat up the right DNA strands and let them cool slowly, and you're a step closer to growing complicated objects in a test tube. [more]


STORIES ELSEWHERE

Stories about the Nature Chemistry paper Activating catalysts with mechanical force:

Mechanical Force Activates Catalyst, Chemical & Engineering News
A New Type of Catalyst, Technology Review
Bubbles turn on chemical catalysts, Science News

Stories about the Science papers Two-Color Single-Photon Photoinitiation and Photoinhibition for Subdiffraction Photolithography, Achieving {lambda}/20 Resolution by One-Color Initiation and Deactivation of Polymerization and Confining Light to Deep Subwavelength Dimensions to Enable Optical Nanopatterning:

Using donut-shaped lasers to make smaller CPUs, ars technica
Double-laser approach makes one thin line, Science News

Stories about the Science paper Curved Plasma Channel Generation Using Ultraintense Airy Beams:

Curved laser beams could help tame thunderclouds, New Scientist
High-Intensity Lasers Throw Scientists a Curve, Scientific American

Story about the Angewandte Chemie International Edition paper Polysaccharide-block-polypeptide Copolymer Vesicles: Towards Synthetic Viral Capsids:

Naturally synthetic capsules, spectroscopyNOW.com


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January 14, 2009
Citizen science in the age of connectedness
A nice column in the New York Times by biologist Aaron E. Hirsh explains the rise of Big Science massive, centralized projects with large staffs and expensive equipment and the emerging trend of distributed citizen science. [more]

"Physics is to the rest of science what machine tools are to engineering. A corollary is that science places power in our hands which can be used for good or ill. Technology has been abused in this way throughout the ages from gunpowder to atomic bombs."
- John Pendry, Imperial College London


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