In a report published in ACS Nano, researchers demonstrate a near-infrared nanolaser using a polymer microsphere as the microcavity and semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes as the gain material.
In a paper appearing in Quantum Science and Technology, researchers present a theoretical analysis showing that a single-electron qubit floating on a solid neon could achieve a coherence time as long as 81seconds.
In a paper published in Nature Communications, researchers synthesized a novel rock-salt electrode material by the unconventional approach of crystallization of amorphous nano-channeled Nb2O5 during initial cell cycling.
In a paper appearing in Nature Communications, researchers report a machine learning-based approach for producing phase diagrams, which are applicable to metastable materials that are far from equilibrium.
In a report published in Small, researchers introduce “ingrained”, an automated framework for the fusion of atomic-resolution materials imaging simulations into the experimental images to which they correspond.