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The blog covers the activity of our team but sometimes dives into scientific controversies in the area of nanoscale science.
Douglas Natelson (Professor of Physics at Rice University) has posted an interesting article on his blog a few days ago about the “stripy nanoparticles” controversy. He notes that the controversy raises questions about peer review because “Lévy points out that many articles seem to be published that take the assertion of stripiness practically on faith or on very scant [...]... Read more »
A round post about the stripy nanoparticles controversy... Read more »
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