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Researchers succeed in directly imaging how electrons interact with each other in a single molecule.
New and simple device can detect a wide range of human metabolites, including glucose, uric acid and cholesterol.
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Device could be used to make real-world optical quantum computers in the future.
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New real-time imaging technique could be used to screen drugs for treating neurodegenerative diseases and brain trauma.
Depth-profiling XPS technique can determine how lithium ions are distributed in nanostructured block polymer electrolyte thin films.
Devices with pyramid-shaped electrodes absorb much more incoming sunlight.
Researchers make major strides in positioning diamond defect with nanoscale accuracy.