A talented 2-D material gets a new gig

Ever since graphene's discovery in 2004, scientists have looked for ways to put this talented, atomically thin 2-D material to work. Thinner than a single strand of DNA yet 200 times stronger than steel, graphene is an excellent ...

Tying up molecules as easily as laces

Although knots can be a nuisance, they're also very useful when it comes to tying up your laces or when you go sailing. In maths, there are no less than 6 billion different potential knots, but what about knots in chemistry? ...

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