A macrocycle can transit unidirectionally along a molecular axle under light irradiation dissipating a constant amount of energy per cycle.
Under continuous illumination, a non-symmetric axle-type molecule transits through a macrocycle only in one direction via a ratchet mechanism that rectifies Brownian motion.
Stiffness topography with sharp atomic force microscopy tips can be used to generate nanoscale cross-sections of nuclear pore complexes, and suggests that the selective barrier in the complexes consists of a crosslinked network of nuclear pore proteins.
Ultracold atoms can be used to sympathetically cool a membrane with a mass ten billion times larger than that of the atoms.
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