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Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light
Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.
A Self-Assembling Molecular Train Set
An artificial system mimics the way proteins and other things move around inside cells.
First Images Of How A Molecule’s Structure Changes In A Reaction
Visualizing chemistry is awesome!
A Molecule Called Dickkopf-1 Is Your Worst Enemy As You Age
Researchers at the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg have discovered a particular molecule, named Dickkopf-1 or Dkk1, that seems...
Found in Orbit Around a Young Sunlike Star: Sugar
The sweet building block of life
Scientists Create the Smallest Possible Five-Ringed Molecule, Photograph It, and Call It Olympicene
While most people end up crafting stick figures in boring meetings, Graham Richards of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)...
The World’s Most Sensitive Scale Can Weigh Single Protons
Accurate to one yoctogram
Captured: The First-Ever Images of Atoms Moving Inside a Molecule
Ohio State University researchers have captured the first-ever images of atoms moving within a molecule using a novel technique that...
IBM Photographs the Electric Charge in a Single Molecule
This is a molecule, and the circles represent how the electrical charge is distributed inside it. It’s a glimpse of...
10-Year-Old Accidentally Creates New Molecule in Science Class
Little Clara's tetranitratoxycarbon is brand new and explosive