In a study published in Science Advances, researchers sculpted ideal crystals within other ideal crystals. These structures reflect light at controllable wavelengths, offering potential for energy-efficient display and sensing applications.
In a study published in Nanoscale, researchers demonstrated that a negative differential resistance on charge density waves exists for a 2D material after voltage pulse manipulation with low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy.
In a study published in Physical Review Letters, researchers experimentally observed a continuous three-dimensional surface of exceptional points by constructing a four-dimensional synthetic space using magnon polaritons.
In a study published in the Physical Review Letters, researchers used Bragg coherent diffraction imaging to reveal the compositional evolution of nanoparticles and demonstrate its effect on synthesis of electrocatalysts.
In a study published in the Physical Review Letters, researchers investigated the unique topological band structure of Weyl semimetals and its effect on spin-to-charge conversion. The study could provide new means to manipulate quantum materials.
In a study published in Nature Energy, researchers showed that catalytic reduction of CO2 using sunlight offers an efficient way to directly store solar energy in the form of the liquid chemical fuel methanol.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers demonstrated kink magnetoplasmon (KMP) architecture could be generalized to more complex magnetic patterns useful for novel integrated topological circuits.
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.