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Mapping the electronic bands in boron-doped diamond turns out to be crucial to our understanding of the material's superconducting behaviour.
A material–cell hybrid device that mimics the anatomic shape of the intervertebral disc has been made and successfully implanted into mice to show that tissue engineering may, in the future, benefit sufferers from back pain.
The properties of semiconductors are highly dependent on their structural form. The finding that ZnS nanobelts can be tuned to take the wurtzite form therefore adds to the strategies for the control of semiconductor properties by optimization of size and morphology.
Nature Materials 4, 721–722 (2005). In this News and Views piece, Figure 1b was incorrect. It should have appeared as shown below.
Electron microscopy is a ubiquitous tool in the study of many materials, in particular those on the nanometre scale. A method of manipulating data from electron diffraction offers high-resolution imaging at an affordable price.
Persistent efforts have been made to achieve efficient light emission from silicon
in the hope of extending the reach of silicon technology into fully integrated optoelectronic circuits, meeting the needs for high-bandwidth intrachip and interchip connects
. Enhanced light...
Putting to work a molecule able to collect and carry adatoms in a controlled way on a surface is a solution for fabricating atomic structures atom by atom. Investigations have shown that the interaction of an organic molecule with the surface of a metal can induce surface reconstruction down to...
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