di Vincenzo Balzani, Alberto Credi
Although these tiny devices are not yet part of our everyday life, we are approaching a new industrial revolution that opens up radically new perspectives for applications in catalysis, smart materials, robotics, information technology, and medical diagnostics and therapy.
ALBERTO CREDI is professor of Chemistry at the University of Bologna and Director of the Center for Light Activated Nanostructures (CLAN), a laboratory for the study of advanced photoactive molecular systems. His research work on the development of molecular-based devices, machines and materials capable of performing useful functi
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