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Large-scale, environmentally friendly hydrogen production will rely on steam methane reforming coupled with carbon capture and electrolysis, but solar fuels could have a disruptive role to play.
A means of reversibly switching spin conductance on or off is demonstrated and brings spintronics using pure spin currents — a prime candidate for the next generation of low-power microelectronic devices — a step closer.
By transferring the symmetry conditions of electric polarization patterns to the field of magnetism, a particularly stable magnetic configuration is obtained that could be interesting for voltage-controlled magnetic devices.
By inserting potassium into a 3D metal–organic framework band delocalization occurs, enabling mobilities and conductivities similar to organic polymers.
A micropatterned human pluripotent stem cell-based developmental model was utilized to demonstrate the role of biophysical cues such as cell size and cytoskeletal contractile forces in directing patterning of neuroepithelial and neural plate border cells.
An injectable biomaterial with angiogenic and immune-modulatory properties was developed and shown to support brain tissue repair and functional recovery in a mouse model of stroke.
Advanced characterization and modelling techniques provide unique insights into oxidant transport processes in growing scales of high-temperature alloys and alloy design for improving their degradation resistance in harsh environments.
Colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) refers to a large change in electrical conductivity induced by a magnetic field in the vicinity of a metal–insulator transition and has inspired extensive studies for decades
. Here we demonstrate an analogous spin effect near the Néel temperature, T
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Vortices, occurring whenever a flow field ‘whirls’ around a one-dimensional core, are among the simplest topological structures, ubiquitous to many branches of physics. In the crystalline state, vortex formation is rare, since it is generally hampered by long-range interactions: in ferroic...
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