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Discuss: Seriously Small Structures
« on: 22/06/2010 19:13:26 »
Seriously small structures are the focus of this week's Naked  Scientists, as we look at nanostructures and their role in future energy  technologies. We find out how nanostructures could hold the key to safe  storage and retrieval of hydrogen fuel, and can help us to build better  batteries. Also, how scientists have caught swine 'flu in the act of  mutating, why females are more likely to suffer the effects of stress,  and a way to weave bomb proof curtains that expand when they're  stretched. Plus, in kitchen science, we find out why soap bubbles create  such beautiful colours.
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