In a study published in Nanoscale, Argonne researchers demonstrate, using a combination of microscopies, the mechanisms by which bacteria are killed, emphasizing the dependence upon pillar density and tip geometry.
In a study published in Nature Nanotechnology, researchers demonstrated tailoring of the energy landscape of interacting ‘particles’ using artificial-spin-ices provides a new paradigm for the design of geometric frustration
In a study published in Nano Letters, researchers found that stress induced by metal electrodes directly impacts the ability to control positions of potential minima where quantum dots form and the coupling between neighboring quantum dots.
In a study published in Nanoscale, researchers show that the variability seen in devices that operate by filament formation and dissolution is linked to differences in device starting local microstructure.
In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers at the Center for Nanoscale Materials used lasers to irradiate a plasmonic system of gold over glass to better understand the behavior of ultrafast nonthermal and thermal carriers.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers report investigation show slowing down of electronic recovery corresponds to pseudo-critical dynamics that originate from magnetic interactions close to a weakly first-order phase transition.
In a study published in Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, researchers indicate density-corrected DFT is both significantly more accurate and reliable and yields a consistent prediction for the Fe–Porphyrin complex.
In a study published in Nature Communications, researchers showed how reliable speckle contrast values can be extracted even from very low intensity free electron laser speckle patterns by applying maximum likelihood fitting.