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D 3461 International Edition www.angewandte.org ALERTS and RSS FEEDS Free Subscription Flexible Electronic Building Blocks J. A. Rogers et al. Nitrogen Fixation R. R. Schrock Enyne Metathesis K. Grela Molecular Magnets R. Sessoli ACIEFS 47 (30) 5475–5674 (2008) · ISSN 1433–7851 · Vol. 47 · No. 30 2008–47/30 Cover Picture Sbastien Fournier-Bidoz, Travis L. Jennings, Jesse M. Klostranec, Winnie Fung, Alex Rhee, David Li, and Warren C. W. Chan* Quantum-dot barcodes are prepared by a new concentration-controlled flow-focusing process. As described by W. C. W. Chan and co-workers in the Communication on page 5577 ff., different intensities of quantum dots with different emission wavelengths are used to encode the barcodes. The one-step preparation process produces robust barcodes that can be used in multiplexed detection of protein and genetic markers. Nitrogen Fixation Molybdenum complexes with triamidoamine ligands can convert dinitrogen to ammonia. In the Minireview on page 5512 ff., R. Schrock compares theoretical and experimental findings for each step of this catalytic cycle. Nanostructures J. A. Rogers and co-workers explain in their Review on p. 5524 ff. the key factors for the fabrication of flexible nano- and microstructures for electronic applications as well as the characteristics of these building blocks. Vesicle Nanoreactors As described by H. Vogel and co-workers in the Communication on page 5544 ff., exceeding the phase-transition temperature of lipid vesicles releases attoliter volumes of reactants into larger reactors with femtoliter volumes.