Patricia Daukantas, Sarah Michaud and Stewart Wills
SiGe-core and biocompatible fibers; beating Rayleigh's limit; making neutron holograms; nanobionic sensors; light therapy for bees; a molecular selfie; toward better QCL-based sensors; the U.S. election’s aftermath; Rolls-Royce bets on the “smart” vessel market; book reviews.
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Publish Date: 01 January 2017
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