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Long-range magnetic order prevalent across the lattice at 5 K.
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Nanotube-integrated waveguide could easily be adapted into optical circuits of the future.
Films of the material could be used to fabricate transistors, photovoltaics and battery anodes.
Research could help to develop "smart" glass of the future.
Ultrathin and ultraflexible coating can measure and display blood oxygen levels and heart rates.
Scaled-up power output from single-calcium-ion engine is equivalent to that of a car engine.
Structures produced by atomic-layer deposition could be used to make high-density resistive components for a wide range of nanoelectronics devices.
New technique could lead to quantum computers made from arrays of nitrogen vacancies.
New device could be used to build flexible or wearable electronics.
New molecular assembler might be used to create an entire library of nanoproducts.
Nanolayers Research Computing, a young company specializing in modelling and simulations, as well as evolutionary algorithms, and neural networks, has signed a multimillion euro agreement for catalyst development.
An important step forward to making “valleytronics” devices for next-generation electronics and computing.
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Nanoparticle synthesis by laser melting yields great benefits in size and shape specificity underwater.
“Metal inverse” materials could be used to cool down electronics devices and in a host of other thermal management applications.
Orientation can be either “armchair” or “zigzag”.
The large MEF induced by magnetic insulators might be used to control the spin in spintronics devices made from 2D materials.
Device could be used to store energy from renewable sources.
New work could improve photoelectrodes for solar-driven water splitting.