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Japan's new frugal political leadership serves as a threat and an opportunity for Japanese scientists.
Two deformation mechanisms, involving the cooperative movement of hundreds of atoms, explain the mechanical properties of complex metallic alloys.
Spin relaxation in organic materials is expected to be slow because of weak spin–orbit coupling. The effects of deuteration and coherent spin excitation show that the spin-relaxation time is actually limited by hyperfine fields.
Opening a gap in graphene is still a considerable challenge on the path towards applications. A clever solution to this problem is to exploit the preferential adsorption of hydrogen in patterns that leave narrow stretches of pure graphene in between.
By using drug-encapsulating nanoparticles as the basis for electrostatic assembly, it is possible to generate highly functional films that do double duty. These adaptable thin films can be used both for releasing the drug in a controlled fashion and for biological imaging.
β-sheet stack structures in protein crystals are held together with some of nature's weakest links: hydrogen bonds. It turns out that the size of the crystal stack makes a difference to its strength — and smaller is better.
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