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Unconscious biases are a roadblock for gender equality in science.
The demonstration of amplified spontaneous emission from thin films of perovskites could pave the way to solution-processed low-cost lasers that can be easily tuned across the entire visible spectrum.
It is now possible to fabricate high-quality thin films of spin ice materials. At higher temperatures, they exhibit the hallmarks of a regular spin ice, but at lower temperatures their physics deviate significantly from the properties observed in the bulk.
A high-throughput approach combining combinatorial deposition of materials with parallel blow-forming speeds up the discovery rate of bulk metallic glasses that can be easily formed into complex shapes.
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