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Since 2005, Nature Nanotechnology, part of the Nature consortium, has published articles about all aspects of nanoscience, including nanomedicine, nanobiotechnology, and environmental issues. Visitors can read current articles or search through the journal's complete archives. In addition, readers will find sections on Letters, Reviews, Perspectives, and In the Classroom. In one recent Perspectives piece, two scientists argue that scientists should develop a more systems-based approach to studying nanoparts, examining how these parts interact to form a "nanomachine." Meanwhile, a recent In the Classroom feature entitled, "A Tale of Two Disciplines," highlights the perspective of "physician-scientists" Wen Jiang, who describes how he has benefitted from pursuing both nanobiology and medical school.
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Date of Scout Publication 2016-08-19
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2016/0819

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