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Open-access journals are publishing at a pace that is not much faster than some recently launched subscription-based journals. The swiftest and surest route to full open-access publishing is then for funders, institutions and publishers to agree on the conditions for self-archiving in publicly...
Progress in controlling different ferroic orders such as ferromagnetism and ferroelectricity on the nanoscale could offer unprecedented possibilities for electronic applications.
A dendritic polymer consisting of inversely oriented lipid head groups on a polyvalent polyglycerol scaffold makes an effective reversible biomembrane adhesive that may find use as a tissue sealant and a drug-delivery vehicle.
Accurate and extensive measurements of the compositional dependence of the Curie temperature brings us one step closer to solving the puzzle of the origin of ferromagnetism in the model ferromagnetic semiconductor (Ga,Mn)As.
Evidence of a transition between two coexisting liquids of the same composition in a water–glycerol mixture, where glycerol prevents the crystallization of water, provides a unique link to an elusive liquid–liquid transition in pure water.
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