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Bulletin: Water-Soluble Warped Nanographene

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

09 February 2018 — Possible application for photo-induced cell death

Water-Soluble Warped Nanographene

Noteworthy: Site-Selective Functionalization of Flagellin

Author: Ruben Ragg

09 February 2018 — Steric self-protection strategy

Site-Selective Functionalization of Flagellin

Bulletin: Nanomotors Deliver CRISPR Gene Editing Tool

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

08 February 2018 — Ultrasound-propelled gold nanowires as an active transport/release vehicle

Nanomotors Deliver CRISPR Gene Editing Tool

Obituary: Gerd Kaibel (1944 – 2017)

Author: Peter Bassler, BASF SE

08 February 2018 — German process engineer passed away in December

Gerd Kaibel (1944 – 2017)

Noteworthy: 2D Heterostructures for Stable Lithium-Ion Batteries

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

08 February 2018 — Stacked 2D crystals show metallic properties

2D Heterostructures for Stable Lithium-Ion Batteries

Noteworthy: Wiley-CST Green Chemistry Award 2017

Author: ChemViews

07 February 2018 — Supawadee Namuangruk, National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC), Klong Nueng, Thailand, honored

Wiley-CST Green Chemistry Award 2017

Noteworthy: Carbon Nanoplates with Uniform Micropores

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

07 February 2018 — 2D carbon nanoplates with accessible micropores can be used for gas separation

Carbon Nanoplates with Uniform Micropores

Bulletin: Porous Polymer Films with Shape Memory

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

06 February 2018 — Transforming micropores into a variety of different shapes

Porous Polymer Films with Shape Memory

Interview: Polyoxometalate Octagenarians

Author: Karen Hindson, Vera Koester, Bernt Krebs, André Tézé, Toshihiro Yamase (Image: Keggin Ion: Walter G. Klemperer, wikimedia commons, CC-BY SA 2.5)

06 February 2018 — Interview with polyoxometalate chemists about the fascination and future trends of their research field

Polyoxometalate Octagenarians

Spotlight: Remember the Keggin Ion?

Author: Wassim W. Ayass and Ulrich Kortz (Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany)

06 February 2018 — From the Keggin structure, the center of polyoxometalate (POM) chemistry, to structural developments, attractive applications, and a bright future

Remember the Keggin Ion?
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