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Mexico must do more

23-Sep-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Mexico must do more Nature Materials 9, 779 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2876 Mexico is a country rich with natural resources and an educated workforce. Yet its scientific output remains below its potential. In this focus issue we try to highlight some of Mexico's structural problems.


Science and technology in Mexico

23-Sep-2010 | Arturo Menchaca-Rocha, Nature Materials, 2010

Science and technology in Mexico Nature Materials 9, 781 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2869 Author: Arturo Menchaca-Rocha Mexico's economy is doing relatively well, but its science is chronically under-supported and the country's technological dependence is increasing rapidly. Without a strong ...


Mexican science on the couch

23-Sep-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Mexican science on the couch Nature Materials 9, 784 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2865 Despite the good education of its scientists, science and technology in Mexico faces multiple challenges, says Juan Ramón de la Fuente, a former Minister of Health and former Rector of the National Autonomous ...


Our choice from the recent literature

23-Sep-2010 | Nature Materials, 2010

Our choice from the recent literature Nature Materials 9, 786 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2873


Protein filaments: Bundles from boundaries

23-Sep-2010 | Denis Wirtz; Shyam B. Khatau, Nature Materials, 2010

Protein filaments: Bundles from boundaries Nature Materials 9, 788 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2868 Authors: Denis Wirtz & Shyam B. Khatau Using a micropatterning technique, the architecture of actin networks is revealed to be influenced by the spatial organization of actin filament ...


Graphene: Across the border

23-Sep-2010 | Philip Kim, Nature Materials, 2010

Graphene: Across the border Nature Materials 9, 792 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2862 Author: Philip Kim The topological nature of a certain type of grain boundary in polycrystalline graphene may be used to tailor the electrical transport properties.


Carbon nanotubes: Fibrillar pharmacology

23-Sep-2010 | Kostas Kostarelos, Nature Materials, 2010

Carbon nanotubes: Fibrillar pharmacology Nature Materials 9, 793 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2871 Author: Kostas Kostarelos The mechanisms by which chemically functionalized carbon nanotubes flow in blood and are excreted through the kidneys illustrate the unconventional behaviour of these ...


Transition-metal oxides: Resistance is not futile

23-Sep-2010 | Craig J. Fennie; Darrell G. Schlom, Nature Materials, 2010

Transition-metal oxides: Resistance is not futile Nature Materials 9, 787 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2863 Authors: Craig J. Fennie & Darrell G. Schlom The discovery of a highly resistive ferrite magnet where a low magnetic field induces a ferroelectric polarization at room temperature is a ...


Plasmonics for improved photovoltaic devices

23-Sep-2010 | Harry A. Atwater; Albert Polman, Nature Materials, 2010

Plasmonics for improved photovoltaic devices Nature Materials 9, 865 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2866 Author: Harry A. Atwater & Albert Polman


Material witness: Oyster glue

23-Sep-2010 | Philip Ball, Nature Materials, 2010

Material witness: Oyster glue Nature Materials 9, 795 (2010). doi:10.1038/nmat2867 Author: Philip Ball


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