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1) Nanochemistry Nostalgia 2011 (Materials Views) Monday January 30th 2012


2) Silky-smooth holograms (Materials Views) Monday January 30th 2012


3) Printing Skin: An Inkjet for Tissue Engineering (Materials Views) Monday January 30th 2012


4) Beetle-mimetic Velcro? (Materials Views) Friday January 27th 2012


5) MSE Congress Calls for Abstracts (Materials Views) Friday January 20th 2012


6) Breast cancer cells targeted, then burned, by gold-filled silicon wafers (Materials Views) Wednesday January 18th 2012


7) An expert look at correlated electrons (Materials Views) Wednesday January 18th 2012


8) AFM Actuators Drafted for Nanoscale Thermal Analysis (Materials Views) Wednesday January 18th 2012


9) Stain Your Brain: Nanoparticles Enable Brain Surgery (Materials Views) Tuesday January 17th 2012


10) Only a little bit: atomic-scale magnetic memory created (Materials Views) Tuesday January 17th 2012


11) BASF invests $50 million to acquire equity ownership position in Sion Power (Materials Views) Monday January 16th 2012


12) Book Review: Rheology of Dispersions: Principles and Applications (Materials Views) Sunday January 15th 2012


13) Forging an Alliance between Steel and Aluminum (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


14) Graphene mixer can speed up future electronics (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


15) Towards Artificial Photosynthesis for Solar Hydrogen Generation (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


16) Book Review: Biodegradable Polymers in Clinical Use and Clinical Development (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


17) Graphene Reveals Its Magnetic Personality (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


18) Most downloaded articles of the month from the Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


19) And the winner is.... (Materials Views) Friday January 13th 2012


20) Nanocrystals Make Dentures Shine (Materials Views) Wednesday January 11th 2012


21) Book Review: Handbook of Stimuli-Responsive Materials (Materials Views) Tuesday January 10th 2012


22) Algae for Your Tank? Synthesizing Biodiesel from Plants (Materials Views) Tuesday January 10th 2012


23) DNA-Inspired Polymer Design (Materials Views) Tuesday January 10th 2012


24) Random Branching Theory (Materials Views) Tuesday January 10th 2012


25) Giant optical gain in rare-earth-ion-doped amplifiers (Materials Views) Monday January 9th 2012


26) Best of pss 2011 (Materials Views) Monday January 9th 2012


27) In The Future, Implants Will Be Printed with Polymers (Materials Views) Friday January 6th 2012


28) Top Advanced Materials papers for December 2011 (Materials Views) Thursday January 5th 2012


29) Giving an Order to Hybrid Materials (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


30) Thinking Big about Small-Scale Research: Nanotechnology in Japan (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


31) Hemostatic Materials: Anti-hemorrhagic Dressings for Wounds (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


32) Vegetable Fibers Make a Comeback in Materials Engineering (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


33) Synthesizing Carbazole Oligomers (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


34) Most Read Advanced Functional Materials Papers for December 2011 (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


35) Porous Reactors in Use: Destroying Industrial Pollutants (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


36) Vote for the best cover of Biotechnology Journal in 2011 (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


37) HITCO Receives Defense Manufacturing Technology Achievement Award (Materials Views) Wednesday January 4th 2012


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