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Even a small effort can have a big impact on science education in Africa. Why don't you try?
The African Institute of Mathematical Sciences offers a successful template for other disciplines to teach science in Africa.
Can atomistic simulations of fracture in some metals be wrong or misinterpreted? A seeming controversy between modelling and experiment is reconciled by a clever multiscale simulation technique bridging time- and length-scales.
Atomic force microscopy resolves a long-standing controversy in organic electronics by revealing the operating mechanism of light-emitting electrochemical cells.
The integration of spintronic elements with present-day electronic devices requires that a material with high spin polarization is matched with widely used semiconductors. The stabilization of europium oxide on silicon and gallium nitride is a clear leap forward in this direction.
Photonic crystal resonators present unique properties for confining light in volumes much smaller than the wavelength. The ultrafast dynamic change of these properties is an important step towards the complete control of light.
The isolation of free-standing graphene sheets seems to contradict common belief about the existence of two-dimensional crystals. Monte Carlo simulations confirm that the sheets may be stabilized by the formation of finite-sized ripples.
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