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Even materials scientists have reason to celebrate the seminal insights of Charles Darwin on his bicentenary.
Two independent studies demonstrate how control over magnetic molecules on surfaces may lead to new spintronics applications.
Preparation of supported subnanometre platinum clusters that are stable provides a new design strategy for industrial nanocatalysts.
The discovery that domain walls in insulating thin films of the multiferroic compound BiFeO3 are electrically conducting opens the door for a number of possible applications.
The melting of transition metals on compression is a challenging topic. Computer simulations suggest that hot-compressed tantalum becomes a one-dimensional, liquid-like glass, with important implications for understanding planetary interiors.
Large and homogeneous layers of graphene are obtained by annealing silicon carbide in a dense noble gas atmosphere that controls the way in which silicon sublimates. Epitaxial graphene thus gets back on track towards future electronic applications.
Biological membranes form an extremely complex and dynamic network in cells, guided by specialized protein machinery. A new algorithm analyses membrane shape to extract forces applied by proteins controlling the membranes.
Biological protein materials feature hierarchical structures that make up a diverse range of physiological materials. The analysis of protein materials is an emerging field that uses the relationships between biological structures, processes and properties to probe deformation and failure...
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