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Engineering DNA to Mimic Biology - Creating a Web to Trap Bacteria Using DNA at Georgia Tech Nature inspired this synthetic microweb that nabs bacteria and allows antibiotics to more effectively kill them. White

Figure 1. The general configuration of the nanosphere lithography and dynamic shadowing growth, and corresponding nanostructures that could be formed. Yanfeng Wang, Yanjun Yang, and Yiping Zhao Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Georgia,

NanoScientific is pleased to announce they have selected a new Editorial Board for 2019 which will be responsible for peer reviews of papers submitted for consideration and offer counsel on content for the

As the political, economic and cultural center of China, the establishment of branch office in Beijing means a milestone for the Chinese market. The Park Beijing Office will demonstrate advanced Atomic Force Microscopy

Dr. Gwo-Ching Wang, Dept. of Physics, Applied Physics & Astronomy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Dr. Gwo-Ching Wang, received her PhD degree from University of Wisconsin, worked at NBS Washington, DC and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Sibel Leblebici is part of a the Weber-Bargioni group, a highly interdisciplinary and collaborative team at the Molecular Foundry, focused on exploring fundamental optoelectronic nano material properties to ultimately provide a set of

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Feature Article An Interview with Dr. Elad Gross Senior Lecturer, Institute of Chemistry Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dr. Elad Gross completed his B.Sc. studies in Chemistry, in excellence, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. He