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Nanozone: News: Nanotubes at full stretch
News: News and Views: Physical chemistry: Oil on troubled waters
Nanozone: News: Molecular machinery gets organized
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Nanozone: News and Views: Nanofluidics: Silicon for the perfect membrane
Nanozone: Features: Science in culture
News: News: UK's Diamond synchrotron turns on the lights
BBC News - Science & Environment
'Good' settlement for UK science
Europe's Mars missions are go - finally
Private funds may restore peatlands
2015 likely to be warmest on record
Sneezes spray 'sheets and strings'
Carbon capture £1bn grant dropped
Australia trial for GM fruit fly
Army ants 'mind the gap' efficiently
Bezos claims successful space flight
Prince Charles: Time to act on nature
London ethnically diverse from start
Mutant mosquitoes 'resist malaria'
Shark drones to patrol Australian coast
China robot event pulls Beijing crowds
Philippines battles climate dilemma
Genetic history of Europeans revealed
UK astronaut 'ready' for first space flight
VIDEO: Switzerland’s vanishing natural wonder
VIDEO: 'Lead shot is poison for hunters'
VIDEO: Hunting for Einstein's missing waves
VIDEO: Conservation's 'gadget man'
VIDEO: What is Einstein's Theory of Relativity?
VIDEO: A brief history of climate talks
VIDEO: Test flight for 'reuseable spaceship'
VIDEO: Ant bridge moves to best location
Is there a danger to environmental jargon?
Taking on Godzilla in Alaska
The hunt for Einstein's missing waves
COP21: Malawi's battle to hold on to forests
US states at risk from climate change
In pictures: Royal Society photo award winners
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