Molecular shibari

I always pondered on how I could bring together my profession and my passion. Now there was made a breakthrough at the University of Manchester. Not sure if the team had riggers, though… So maybe I should go back to academia and work on a molecular tied TK?

WOVEN TOGETHER A new molecular knot (representation shown) is the most complex one ever described. It forms a triple braid, with iron ions (silvery-blue) and a chloride ion (green) guiding the formation.
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More about this great scientific achievement in ScienceNews.

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