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Scotland's independence debate saw too many scientists absent from the public square.
Metallic nanocrystals can be deformed pseudoelastically at room temperature without generating dislocations.
Aberration-corrected electron microscopes are now being exploited to achieve quantitative atomic-resolution information about surface morphology from a single image.
Semiconducting quantum dots have been used to harvest triplet excitons produced through singlet fission in organic semiconductors. These hybrid organic–inorganic materials may boost the efficiency of solar cells.
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