DNA structure obtained from crisscross polymerization of thousands of uniquely addressable DNA-origami ‘slats'

In our March 2023 issue

This month’s issue features DNA & RNA duplex electromotors, DNA origami slats, magnetic interactions in Wigner–Mott insulator, selectivity in CO2/CO electrolysis, nanopore diagnostics & more..


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    In 2020 and 2021, Nature Nanotechnology hosted several panel discussions on exciting topics in nanotechnology. See the recordings here.

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  • Since the early 1990s, the intersection of genetics and nanomedicine has found a home in the clinic as one of the game changers of the past decade, holding great promise in fighting diseases by rapidly developing much-needed therapeutic platforms, from cancer to infectious or genetic diseases. And this revolution was just triggered by the amazing evolving world of messenger RNA and its ‘cues’.

    • João Conde
    • Robert Langer
    • José Rueff
  • Waste containing nanomaterials — or nanowaste — is an emerging safety concern worldwide, warranting specific environmentally sound waste management and regulation.

    • Fabienne Schwab
    • Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser
    • Alke Petri-Fink
  • At Nature Nanotechnology, we want to bring stories of real-world impact of nanoscience research to the attention of the whole community.

  • Self-assembled monolayers nicely link the history and the future of nanoscience and nanotechnology.



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