In a study published in Applied Physics Letters, researchers showed that superlubricity was achieved in rolling/sliding contact through the formation of a carbon-rich tribolayer at the tribological interface.
In a study published in Nanoscale, researchers demonstrated that the pathological biochemical process leading to brain hypoxia, and then to stroke, can be redirected, thereby restoring the redox status of the brain.
In a study published in Physical Review X, researchers indicated that taken together, experiments and simulations demonstrate a system in which strain and geometry can be combined to dynamically manipulate pattern formation in active matter.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers explained a local, fluctuating, orbital-degeneracy-lifted state. A phenomenon likely to be widespread amongst diverse classes of partially filled nominally degenerate d-electron systems.