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Five things you learn from working in cleanrooms

Want to avoid committing a serious faux pas before you start working in cleanrooms? That would be highly advisable says Lizzy Huitson as she takes us through her top tips… 

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Leeds creates thinnest 2D gold

University of Leeds scientists have claimed first fabrication of freestanding 2D gold with a sub‐nanometer thickness.

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Reproducibility comes as standard (part 2)

Science's reproducibility crisis is a big challenge and one that needs to be overcome quickly. In the second of a two-part feature on the subject, Rationally CEO Kristin Lindquist  explains that the …

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You are never too successful for lunch

Everyone knows that the fulcrum around which a successful lab swings is, of course, lunch. But what is the etiquette around eating it? And what should be eaten? Dr Matthew Partridge opens his sarnies…

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Five things you learn from working in cleanrooms

Want to avoid committing a serious faux pas before you start working in cleanrooms? That would be highly advisable says Lizzy Huitson as she takes us through her top tips… 

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Water droplet

This amazing image – Crack Patterns I, by Thomas Séon – shows a water droplet falling onto a silicon substrate at -36°C...