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Use of graphene in a transistor configuration offers an alternative to metal electrodes for the recording of ultraslow neural potentials that occur in neurologic diseases.
The zero-temperature limit of a continuous phase transition is marked by a quantum critical point, which can generate physical effects that extend to elevated temperatures. Magnetic quantum criticality is now well established, and has been explored in systems ranging from heavy fermion metals to...
Molecular devices with information-processing capabilities hold great promise for developing intelligent nanorobotics. Here we demonstrate a DNA navigator system that can perform single-molecule parallel depth-first search on a ten-vertex rooted tree defined on a two-dimensional DNA origami...
Recording infraslow brain signals (<0.1 Hz) with microelectrodes is severely hampered by current microelectrode materials, primarily due to limitations resulting from voltage drift and high electrode impedance. Hence, most recording systems include high-pass filters that solve saturation issues...
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