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Immobilization of membrane-bound proteins in inorganic matrices could allow creation of materials capable of mimicking biological processes. Advances in sol–gel biocomposites have now allowed development of a material that can use light to drive biosynthesis of ATP.
The performance of conventional longitudinal and perpendicular magnetic recording media will soon reach their limits. The use of tilted media should allow unprecedented storage densities, thermal stability and fast switching speeds.
Reversible photochromism — based on a simple isomerization reaction — is heavily hindered when photochromic dyes are enclosed in polymer matrices. Tethering the dye to a flexible low-melting-point oligomer solves the problem.
The recent development of MBE techniques for growth of III–V ferromagnetic semiconductors has created materials with exceptional promise in spintronics, that is, electronics that exploit carrier spin polarization. Among the most carefully studied of these materials is (Ga,Mn)As, in which...
Thin-film technology is widely implemented in numerous applications
. Although flat substrates are commonly used, we report on the advantages of using curved surfaces as a substrate. The curvature induces a lateral film-thickness variation that allows alteration of the properties of the...
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