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The race is on for developing environmentally friendly energy from fusion. Can modelling speed up the design of materials necessary for good economic performance?
An approach for transmitting ever-more information across silicon chips is to use optics. The demonstration of super-collimated propagation over centimetre lengthscales therefore creates exciting opportunites for optical interconnects.
Binary mixtures of nanoparticles of different size and composition can self-assemble in a bewildering variety of lattices. This defies expectations and shows promise for the modular self-assembly of nano-sized building blocks into three-dimensional devices.
The atomic-scale roughness of ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic layers is crucial to their magnetic coupling, with important consequences for practical magnetic devices.
Electrochromic materials have been around for more than 30 years and have found some applications in niche areas. Now, thanks to new electrochromic materials and manufacturing procedures, electrochromism may become a household word.
A mechanism for switching the chirality of molecules adsorbed on gold surfaces offers a thermally activated approach to growing two-dimensional crystals of a single enantiomer.
Diffraction, a fundamental process in wave physics, leads to spreading of the optical beams as they propagate. However, new photonic crystal (PhC) meta-materials can be nano-engineered to generate extreme anisotropy, resulting in apparent propagation of light without diffraction. This surprising...
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