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The tiniest Lego: a tale of nanoscale motors, rotors, switches and pumps

07 September 2015

On September 2nd, 2015 an article by Mark Peplow appeared in the News Features of Nature Journal. This article highlights the pioniring work of Prof. Ben Feringa and his team in the field of Nano Motors and the henhancement that his research brought to the field. If you are interested you can read the full article here.

Last modified:07 September 2015 11.09 a.m.

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