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Modern universities compete not only for the best students worldwide, but also for international research funds. Does commercialization threaten our universities?
The increasing complexity of teaching and research poses significant challenges for public universities. The University of California, Berkeley, might provide a successful model for the 21st century.
July marks the centenary of Imperial College London, one of the top academic institutions world-wide. Nature Materials interviewed Imperial's rector, Richard Sykes, on the challenges facing the college.
Metallo-porphyrin molecules play an important role in biological systems. The demonstration of substrate-induced switching of their magnetization suggests the possibility of their use in molecular spintronics devices.
Scanning tunnelling microscopy measurements on a diluted magnetic semiconductor reveal the effect of local strains on individual magnetic ions.
Interfaces between certain insulating perovskite oxides show unexpected properties, such as high conductivity and magnetism. Oxygen vacancies seem to be important in these structures, but the puzzle is far from being understood.
The positive aspect of negative refraction is to open new possibilities for squeezing light into tight spaces. Now, a metallic nanostructure pushes all-angle negative refraction into the visible spectrum.
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