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Researchers have developed a new computational tool to describe how the atoms within quantum materials behave when they absorb and emit light.

A 3D model created by AI helped researchers to understand the formation of dislocations in complex polycrystalline materials.

Researchers have devised a machine-learning-based tool for investigating in detail how materials behave at their surfaces.

Researchers have found that a 170-year-old law relating electronic conductivity to thermal conductivity does still apply to superconducting cuprates.

An AI tool called GNoME worked with an AI-guided robot called A-Lab to create more than 40 novel materials in just 17 days.

Researchers have calculated that the thermal conductivity of graphene at room temperature is much lower than originally thought.

Researchers have developed a new polymer composite that can change its behavior depending on temperature to perform specific tasks.

Researchers have unexpectedly discovered that, under certain conditions, impure ice is much less sticky than ice made from pure water.

Non-conductive magnetic strips and platinum spacers could allow the heat generated by electronic devices to be used for computing.

By measuring shot noise. researchers have produced the first direct evidence that electricity doesn't flow through strange metals as quasiparticles.

Researchers have discovered that a one-dimensional metal called purple bronze can switch between insulating and superconducting states.

Researchers have shown that single atom 'promoters' enhance the activity of catalytic nanoparticles by controlling 'pacemakers' on their surface.

New type of electrolyte extends the life of lithium metal batteries

Researchers have confirmed the presence of quantum spin liquid behavior in a new material with a triangular atomic structure.

Exposing a rare-earth crystal to ultrafast pulses of light sends its atoms into a dance that aligns the spins of its electrons with the atomic rotation.

Researchers have shown that the micelle-like structures that form in soap also form in a new electrolyte for lithium-metal batteries.

Researchers have used DNA to assemble nanoparticles shaped like two pyramids stuch together at their base into quasicrystals.

Researchers have found that a superatomic material made of rhenium, selenium and chlorine is the fastest and most efficient semiconductor yet.

Using bioluminescent algae, researchers have created soft yet durable materials that glow in response to mechanical stress.

Researchers have developed an electrical method for changing the direction of electron flow in materials that exhibit the quantum anomalous Hall effect.

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