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New device could allow orbital angular momentum to be used in telecommunication devices.
The new device might come in useful for engineers, miners and disaster-relief workers, especially in remote areas.
(with movie) A step towards ultradense rewritable devices.
A mechanism first predicted 50 years ago but never yet seen in a laboratory experiment could help make stronger and more exotic superconductors.
Law deviates from that governing light and could lead to "magnonic" devices of the future.
Technique could be used to produce high-density memories based on ferroelectric materials.
(with movie) A prototype electroluminescent device makes use of the material GraphExeter’s transparency and low sheet resistance.
New technology could help repair nerve fibres after injury or disease.
Berkeley Lab researchers have succeeded in chemically assembling the electronic junctions between a 2D semiconductor (molybdenum sulphide) and graphene.
Simulations reveal the importance of van der Waals interactions.
The devices produce a large, osmotically induced current with a power density of up to 106 watts per square metre.
New 'charge-density-wave' device works at room temperature and could find use in a host of practical applications.
'Ruddlesden–Popper' devices have a photovoltaic efficiency as high as 12.52%, are photostable and resistant to heat and humidity.
The device could be used to make quantum logic gates based on electric spins as well as novel sensors that can detect nanoscale magnetic field changes.
New technique could provide entangled atoms for matter-wave experiments.
Green light-emitting devices have an external quantum efficiency of 3.8% and a quantum yield as high as 77%.
A new and easy way to confine and control Dirac fermions could help make better nanoscale devices from the carbon sheet.