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Tiny transistor reveals electrons marching two by two

Atomic gas puts the brakes on light in optical fibres

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Silicon 'nanoneedles' deliver nanodots and nucleic acids

Biocompatible structures could help reconstruct damaged tissue and nerves

New state of matter found in crystal made from buckyballs

Molecular lattice also harbours unconventional superconductor

Highly charged ions could measure changes in fine-structure constant

Measurements on Earth could help us understand light from distant quasars

UK beats Italy to host SKA headquarters

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