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A smart race
5th April, 2021
Nanorobot swarms are the stuff of sci-fi films, but smart dust is being developed now.
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23rd March, 2021
The idea of competition between bacteria and fungi was not started by Alexander Fleming - and it's still being studied: as antimicrobial resistance.
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Performing dogs and molecular roulette
10th March, 2021
How do we make chemicals? How can computer modelling help us with protein folding and what can we learn from the molecules of the past?
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5th March, 2021
Geoengineering the climate would mean venturing into new technology with huge consequences. But what might those consequences be and is there an alternative solution to anthropogenic climate change?
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25th February, 2021
The discovery of carbon nanotubes is indistinct, they were produced before their nano identity or properties were recognised.
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Listening to the Ocean
16th February, 2021
What has climate change done to oceans? And what do our oceans do for climate change?
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