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The 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry celebrates the development of molecular machinery and highlights the importance of fundamental and curiosity-driven research for furthering science.
Oxide interfaces with tunable spin–orbit coupling provide an ideal environment to achieve highly efficient conversion of spin currents into charge currents.
Two independent studies provide insight on the formation of nanocrystal superlattices and their atomic alignment using real-time in situ X-ray scattering techniques.
Forces applied to the cell surface induce stretching of the chromatin in the nucleus and a rapid increase in gene expression.
In the past decade, artificial materials with unusual wave interactions have significantly evolved and matured. In honour of the tenth anniversary of the premiere metamaterials conference, we look at the directions in which this field is evolving, and its impact on technology.
A first-order phase transition between two crystalline phases of magnetic whirls sheds light on the role of topology in magnetic transitions.
Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy shows that the superconducting critical temperature in optimally doped iron pnictide Ba(Fe1−x
)2As2 can be enhanced upon Na/K surface doping.
A room-temperature metastable skyrmion phase, which undergoes reversible transitions between a triangular and square lattice upon varying the temperature and magnetic field, is found in β-Mn-type Co8Zn8Mn4.
An artificial phononic graphene for surface acoustic waves on a LiNbO3 integrated platform allows for the experimental demonstration of pseudo-diffusion transport and a temporal beating effect similar to the ‘Zitterbewegung’ phenomenon.
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