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As the old 'publish or perish' adage is brought into question, additional research-impact indices, known as altmetrics, are offering new evaluation alternatives. But such metrics may need to adjust to the evolution of science publishing.
An algorithm that allows the atomic-scale reconstruction of the three-dimensional structure of nanoparticles from only four individual images provides an important step towards fast, in situ electron tomography.
Interstitials and other localized defects in flat crystals are stable, yet interstitials in curved crystals can instead fractionalize. This observation should lead to a more general understanding of how to tailor defects in both classical and quantum crystalline systems.
Toxic metal cations in environmental samples can be detected with ultrahigh sensitivity through measurements of the tunnelling current across crosslinked films of nanoparticles decorated with striped monolayers of organic ligands.
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