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Researchers and their institutions must play their full part in ensuring that the exciting changes now sweeping France succeed.
Heat travelling down a thermal gradient has been found to undergo a significant deflection by a magnetic field in a multiferroic insulator.
Sound waves drive the organization of particle scatterers into stable structures, exhibiting phononic band gaps that heal from disturbances and adapt to changes in the drive.
Introducing high-density ordered nanoprecipitates into martensitic steel increases strength at modest cost.
Plasmonic nanolasers embedded in living cells and animal tissues are shown to emit strongly, making them promising potential biocompatible probes.
Liquid fragility is a basic characteristic of glasses and there is debate as to what controls it. X-ray scattering of several metallic liquids now suggests that the strength of the repulsive part of the interatomic potential is key.
Giant coupling between magnetism and phonons — or the giant thermal Hall effect — is reported in the insulating polar magnet (Zn
Sub-coercive electric fields and sub-picosecond light pulses are shown to enable low-power manipulation of antiferromagnetic domains in the multiferroic BiFeO3.
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