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Biomedical applications for graphene are attracting interest from academics and industrial partners aiming to develop next-generation medical devices and therapies.
Long commercialization times, high capital costs and sustained uncertainty deter investment in innovation for advanced materials. With appropriate strategies, technology and market uncertainties can be reduced, and the commercialization of advanced materials accelerated.
The observation of magnetic skyrmions at room temperature that can be driven by short current pulses at speeds exceeding 100 m s−1 raises great expectations for skyrmion-based racetrack memories.
Researchers have experimentally demonstrated a new type of pathway for electromagnetic waves, which allows an easy reconfiguration into various shapes while significantly suppressing backscattering.
The presence of ordered domains in intrinsically disordered pyrochlores and spinels calls for a reassessment of our understanding of their structure and disordering mechanism.
The controllable and reversible growth of ferroelastic domains in a ferroelectric thin film with composition and strain gradients may enable new devices.
Quantification of structural disorder and electron localization in superlattices of colloidal nanocrystals shows that minimizing variations in size and epitaxial connections is key to enhance the electronic properties of these materials.
Generation of stable skyrmion lattices and displacement of trains of individual skyrmions along a magnetic racetrack by short current pulses are demonstrated at room temperature in ultrathin metallic ferromagnets.
Disordering in complex oxides is important for their radiation resistance. It is now shown that pyrochlores disorder by the formation of a weberite-like phase, with similar behaviour observed in spinels, adding complexity to their disordering.
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