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It's not surprising that the work of de Gennes has already found a variety of applications — understanding soft matter brings great advantages for industry.
From its inception, the polymer industry has engaged theorists in materials design. Despite the maturation of the industry, the need for theoreticians to contribute to the development of new materials for established and emerging applications is as relevant as ever.
Starting out as a theoretical physicist, Ludwik Leibler was first introduced to the concept of a polymer by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes. He has gone on to stamp his own inimitable style on the challenges that he has undertaken in soft matter, in particular building strong links with commercial...
The discovery of magnetically induced electric polarization in cupric oxide at 230 K has uncovered a new class of multiferroics with significantly higher ordering temperatures.
A method of writing and erasing conducting nanostructures at the interface between the wide-bandgap insulators LaAlO3 and SrTiO3 is presented. New developments for ultrahigh-density information storage look feasible.
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