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  • Looking back at some of the key discoveries that shaped the field.

    • Fabio Pulizzi
    • Olga Bubnova
    • Alberto Moscatelli
  • An EU-funded open call aims at building a consortium to bridge basic and applied research on graphene and related atomically thin crystals for the development of integrated circuit technologies.

    • Silvia Milana
  • Art galleries are the right setting to promote the dialogue between scientists and the general public.

    • Christian Rauch
  • Art-based absurd scenarios serve as a vector to challenge perceptions of emergent biotechnologies.

    • Guy Ben-Ary
  • With their unique perspectives, artists can become part of the scientific process.

    • Thomas Duggan
    • S. J. Fowler
  • Neuroscience as a form of abstract expressionism

    • Julia Buntaine Hoel
  • Rich in drama, the scientific enterprise is an ideal subject to elicit an emotional response in the public.

    • Andrea Brunello
    • Pierre Echard
    • Stefano Oss
  • Formula E — an all-electric car race series — provides a platform for displaying new technologies, and potentially accelerating their development.

    • Andreas Trabesinger
  • We have collected some of our favourite figures from the Letters and Articles that we have published since the launch of Nature Nanotechnology.

  • A number of experts from different areas of nanotechnology describe how the field has evolved in the last ten years.

  • The increasing miniaturization and resolution of consumer electronics poses quandaries for generating colour in imaging devices, which plasmonic nanostructures may be able to overcome.

    • Nicky Dean
  • Early-career researchers share their thoughts on how to make use of the ability to manipulate light at the nanoscale.

  • Emilie J. Siochi explains how most of the properties of graphene could be of use in aerospace applications.

    • Emilie J. Siochi
  • Energy storage is a grand challenge for future energy infrastructure, transportation and consumer electronics. Jun Liu discusses how graphene may — or may not — be used to improve various electrochemical energy storage devices.

    • Jun Liu
  • Siva Böhm discusses how graphene can be used to prevent corrosion of metals such as steel.

    • Siva Böhm
  • Felice Torrisi and Jonathan N. Coleman describe how graphene can be used in conductive inks to print electronic circuits.

    • Felice Torrisi
    • Jonathan N. Coleman
  • Kostas Kostarelos and Kostya S. Novoselov examine the potential of graphene in biomedical applications.

    • Kostas Kostarelos
    • Kostya S. Novoselov