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Proposed new regulations for the European battery industry could end up making the electrification of transport harder — and reveal the complexity of creating sustainable markets.
Glass-forming ability in metallic systems is related to the diversity of atomic packing schemes quenched into the glassy state, which manifests itself in the width of the first broad X-ray diffraction peak. This provides a swift way for screening libraries of deposited alloy films and searching...
A seemingly disordered network of nanowires governed by thermodynamics is used as the physical ‘reservoir’ in a memristive implementation of reservoir computing to process spatiotemporal information.
Despite its tiny magnetization, the non-collinear antiferromagnet YbMnBi2 is shown to possess exceptional transverse thermoelectric performance owing to its anisotropic transport properties.
Previous demonstrations of long-range supercurrents through magnetic materials were achieved only at liquid helium temperatures. Now, using specially tailored samples, long-distance supercurrents have been realized at temperatures as high as 40 K.
Epitaxial growth followed by topotactic reduction yields superconducting nickelate phases with the same hole-doping level as that obtained by chemical substitution, without causing structural disorder.
The processes of metallic asperities moving across each other, which are decisive in most machinery, have been visualized at the atomic scale, revealing unexpected behaviour especially when under tensile stress.
Organotypic models of patient-specific tumours are revolutionizing our understanding of cancer heterogeneity and its implications for personalized medicine. These advancements are, in part, attributed to the ability of organoid models to stably preserve genetic, proteomic, morphological and...
Since the discovery of high-temperature superconductivity in copper oxide materials1, there have been sustained efforts to both understand the origins of this phase and discover new cuprate-like superconducting materials2. One prime materials platform has been the rare-earth nickelates and,...
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