This week: Researchers build a biomimetic mechanical chameleon to test a new method for achieving invisibility via real-time active camouflage, while a study shows concentrations of rare earth elements used in new high-tech applications are rapidly building up in San Francisco Bay – and more!
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From Highly Crystalline to Outer Surface-Functionalized Covalent Organic Frameworks—A Modulation Approach
Combinatorial Optimization of Sequence-Defined Oligo(ethanamino)amides for Folate Receptor-Targeted pDNA and siRNA Delivery
Bioconjugate Chem., Article ASAP
Increases in Anthropogenic Gadolinium Anomalies and Rare Earth Element Concentrations in San Francisco Bay over a 20 Year Record
Environ. Sci. Technol., Article ASAP
Ion-Directed Synthesis of Indium-Derived 2,5-Thiophenedicarboxylate Metal–Organic Frameworks: Tuning Framework Dimensionality
Cryst. Growth Des., Article ASAP
The Pathogenic Mutation T182A Converts the Prion Protein into a Molten Globule-like Conformation Whose Misfolding to Oligomers but Not to Fibrils Is Drastically Accelerated
Biochemistry, 2016, 55 (3), pp 459–469
Mechanical Chameleon through Dynamic Real-Time Plasmonic Tuning
ACS Nano, Article ASAP
Synthesis and Diels–Alder Reactivity of Substituted Dendralenes
Org. Chem., Article ASAP
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