Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sneak peak: 3D printing metals in the brain

We’ve been harping on about our recent Chemical Science paper, which officially was published this week and can be downloaded for free here. Firstly, thanks to our friend Jonas Marnell of Ethix Design in Melbourne for the amazing cover artwork shown here. Anyway, we’re

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Imaging metals in biology: a guide for the uninitiated

Just recently, myself, fellow Ferrumblogger and worm-expert Dr Gawain McColl, with friends of the blog Dr Martin de Jonge (a physicist from the Australian Synchrotron) and Dr Elizabeth New from Sydney University published a tutorial review in the famed chemistry journal, Chemical Society Reviews (you can

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Hit us where it hurts, Einstein…

From Homebrewed Tees

Posted in Metal filings: Odds and ends from around the web