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  • The recent advent of transition metal dichalcogenides moiré materials is a promising platform for studying correlated electron phenomena and moiré exciton physics.

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  • On a Thursday in March 2022, scientists from three continents gathered in Toulouse, France, to crown the best among eight international molecular racing teams competing in the second edition of the NanoCar Race.

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  • We reflect on the legacy that our long-serving Chief Editor leaves behind, as he moves on to pastures new.

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  • Nanoscale systems are ideally suited to study quantum mechanical effects and explore these as resources for emerging quantum technology such as quantum sensing, communication or computing.

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  • The reported observation of enhanced diffusivity of simple molecules during a chemical reaction in solution is but the latest of nanoscale wonders.

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  • We celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of Nature Nanotechnology by looking at how the journal topics have expanded throughout the years.

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  • The FAIR principles provide compelling guidelines on how to achieve reusability of nanotechnology data.

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  • Research on nanoplastic has already provided some significant results but it has also exposed a large number of open questions.

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  • To achieve the biggest impact, nanotechnology-based strategies developed to manage infectious diseases in resourced-limited settings need to take into account the local context.

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  • We have launched a series of webinars to engage our audience in a way that is complementary to the publication of articles.

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  • Flexibly designed nanomaterials can trigger specific immune responses and might offer promising alternatives to traditional immunosuppressive therapies, cancer immunotherapies and vaccine formulations.

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  • Two nanoparticle-based vaccines close to obtaining approval by the US Food and Drug Administration could represent a giant step in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Although the idea of using nanomaterials for agriculture is promising, we must consider in detail how nanotechnology can provide advantages over standard tools.

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  • Two studies on sub-micrometre plastic particles provide evidence of plastic accumulation in terrestrial plants.

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  • In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, it is time for the nanotechnology community to shine and build on its experience with nanoscale materials and drug delivery to provide knowledge and tools for COVID-19 vaccine and therapeutics development.

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  • Data-centric computation and the scalability limits of current computing systems call for the developments of alternative to von Neumann architecture.

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