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Ultrafine processing technology continues its evolution

The development of electrolytic in-process dressing grinding more than 20 years ago set in motion a revolution in nanoprecision machining that continues today

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Crystalizing the foundations of better antihistamines

Minor differences in receptor structures account for variation in the selectivity and side effects of antihistamine drugs

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Making liquid crystals stand tall

Molecular ‘handles’ that allow on-demand growth of thick columnar films make enhanced liquid crystal devices viable.

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Nuclear spins get in line

Electrically controlling the magnetic polarization of nuclei offers a new way to store quantum information

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Inheriting stress

Flies can pass the effects of stress to their young in the form of chromosomal modifications that alter expression of selected genes

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