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Main attraction: Scientists create world’s thinnest magnet

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Illustration of magnetic coupling in a cobalt-doped zinc-oxide monolayer. Red, blue, and yellow spheres represent cobalt, oxygen,…

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Future information technologies: Topological materials for ultrafast spintronics

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Snapshots of the electronic structure of Sb acquired with femtosecond time-resolution. Note the changing spectral weight above…

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New method makes vital fertilizer element in a more sustainable way

Fitness & Health: Urea is a critical element found in everything from fertilizers to skin care products. Large-scale production of…

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RIXS demonstrates magnetic behaviour in nickelate superconductors

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Part of the resonant inelastic x-ray scattering (RIXS) instrument at Diamond that was used to study the…

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A super new theory

Fitness & Health: Tsukuba, Japan – A scientist from the Division of Quantum Condensed Matter Physics at the University of…

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Unlocking radiation-free quantum technology with graphene

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Schematic of how heavy fermions form in twisted graphene sheets view more  Credit: Jose Lado, Aalto University…

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Cutting through noise for better solar cells

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: A cartoon schematic of a silicon heterojunction solar cell and it’s photo-generated charges. The numbers correspond to…

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Amplified frequency-domain thermoreflectance

Fitness & Health: A study published in Science Advances reports on the unexpected observation of thermal waves in germanium, a…

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Scientists discover new type of quasiparticle

Fitness & Health: Russian scientists have experimentally proved the existence of a new type of quasiparticle – previously unknown excitations…

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Novel heat-management material keeps computers running cool

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: An electron microscopy image of a gallium nitride-boron arsenide heterostructure interface at atomic resolution view more  Credit:…

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