Business research news Return to previous page
Article Released Wed-15th-August-2007 09:11 GMT
Contact: Ruth Institution: Nature Publishing Group
 Highlights from Nature China

The common garden onion is an indicator of arsenic contamination in the environment, The wealth in China follows the same probability distribution as in many other developed economies and more from Nature China

Nature China will highlight the best research coming out of Mainland China and Hong Kong, providing scientists from around the world with a convenient portal into publications drawn from across all scientific disciplines.

Supermicelles: Two-faced aggregates
Chinese scientists have developed a 'one-pot' approach to synthesize Janus nanoparticles that can self-assemble into uniform supermicelles

Nanostructures: Coming out of its shell
Attaching different nanoparticles together by covalent bonding leads to the reversible formation of hybrid nanostructures

Arsenic pollution: Know your onions
The common garden onion is an indicator of arsenic contamination in the environment

Lasers: Nanonet confinement
ZnO nanonet produces a spatially confined laser

Wealth distribution: Power trend
The wealth in China follows the same probability distribution as in many other developed economies

Robotics: Fish moving boxes
Scientists have developed a method for coordinating two robotic fish to push an object together

Associated links

Keywords associated to this article: Janus nanoparticles, supermicelles, hybrid nanostructures, Arsenic pollution, onions, Nanonet, laser, Wealth distribution, Robotics
Create Account...