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Materials comment, February 2014

Time to introduce standards into nanotechnology?

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Targeted funding to promote nanoscience.

"Structural batteries" improve performance.

How do we tackle the global problem of electronic waste?

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David Bradley reflects on 25 years in science communication - graphene condoms, sex sells and side-stepping hype.

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