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Size (and shape) matters – especially at the nanoscale (Part 1)

With the (semi-) inaugural post for the blog, I’m going to get right down to it. In the Lévy Lab, we’re experimenting with Open Notebook Science, currently with a project involving SmartFlares.

Lab member Joan Comenge took some really nice Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) images of our gold nanoparticles, which look something like this:

TEM of SmartFlares (Uptake Control)

TEM of SmartFlares (Uptake Control)

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