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The work by Roberto Car and Michele Parrinello on ab initio molecular dynamics published 25 years ago has had a huge impact on fundamental science and applications in a wide range of fields.
The ramifications of the Car–Parrinello method, a 25-year-old unified approach to computing properties of materials from first principles, have reached out well-beyond materials science.
Nature Materials asked Michele Parrinello about his research and the way in which his work with Roberto Car 25 years ago has influenced the materials science and quantum chemistry communities.
Roberto Car tells Nature Materials how the Car–Parrinello molecular dynamics method originated and how his research career has evolved since then.
A magnetically colour-tunable material is used to create colour-coded microparticles that can be manipulated using magnetic fields and are suitable for use in multiplex bioassays.
A new multiscale computational method that is capable of predicting solute strengthening of alloys without adjustable parameters may lead to the development of new engineering materials.
A conventional material used in magnetic tunnel junctions with in-plane magnetization can also be magnetized perpendicularly, offering new possibilities for high-performance memory and logic circuits.
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