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Dr Claudio Ronchi discusses his work on nuclear materials.

A new alternate approach to data processing for atom probe tomography.

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The winning cover image of Volume 9, Issue 1 on Nano Today.

The winner is announced of the 8th Feng Xinde Polymer Prize.

Leading academicians and experts have come together to offer their expertise on a number of topics common to materials and product design.

Free article for download on chemical order and interfacial segregation.

Review of An Introduction to Nuclear Waste Immobilisation by Stephane Gin.

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This paper presents a combined experimental and theoretical study of ethylene adsorbed on free C60 and its aggregates.

Oppositely charged polyelectrolytes can be used to form various types of self-assembled structures directed by multivalent ionic interactions.

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An Atom Probe Tomography video reconstruction of an Al-Mg-Li alloy.

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