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Hybrid quantum system combines light, motion and spin.
US researchers have made solution-processed semiconductors with high charge mobilities without reverting to costly vacuum deposition techniques.
The nanocrystals might find use in light-emitting diodes, with practical applications in displays.
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Technique could ultimately help researchers to study how the brain functions on a fundamental level.
A simple soak and heating process renders waste coffee grounds into an effective environmental resource.
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