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Issue 01|2016


SPOTLIGHT

NANO

Will millionths of a millimetre be the yardstick of the future?

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The most powerful accelerator in the Milky Way

Gamma rays reveal galactic "pevatron"

Molecular trick outwits hospital germs

Promising approach to tackling resistant bacteria

A sign of a new particle?

Noticeable "bump" in LHC measurement data

 

 


Issue 01|2016


SPOTLIGHT

The super X-ray laser

The European XFEL is a high-speed camera, a supermicroscope and a planet simulator rolled into one

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Perfection isn't everything

A breakthrough in crystallography

Nanostructures assemble themselves

A new technique for building metallic nanosystems

Why van Gogh's Sunflowers are wilting

X-ray investigation shows how chrome yellow darkens

 

 


Issue 02|2015


SPOTLIGHT

In the light of research

Atoms in X-ray vision, a universe full of gamma radiation

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Chocolate in X-ray light

Combating fat bloom

Shock waves in diamonds

New horizons in materials research

Stardust in the lab

Saša Bajt is examining cosmic matter

 

 


Issue 01|2015


SPOTLIGHT

Big data

What use is the deluge of data?

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Moonstruck

Peering into the eyes of a bizarre marine midge

Superslow motion

Magnetic memory at work

Caught in a flash

Free nanoparticles shown for the first time in 3D


 


Issue 02|2014


SPOTLIGHT

Show Yourself

The world’s biggest particle accelerator, the LHC, is looking for SUSY particles, the building blocks of a new understanding of the universe

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Surfing the plasma wave

The new accelerator technology is small, compact and powerful

Extremely flexible

New solar cells are produced on rolls

Bacteria slayers

How viruses attack the cell walls of bacteria


 


Issue 01|2014


SPOTLIGHT

Infections viewed with X-ray vision

Structural biology is opening new paths for the development of medications

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Big Bird

The most energetic neutrino ever measured

Stronger than steel

New technology produces extra strong cellulose fibres

Tetraquarks

Researchers track down particle gangs of four