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Computation and theory news, September 2023

A novel bottom-up approach to producing nanomaterials takes advantage of the fact that crystals often grow in a specific direction.

Researchers have proposed a new theoretical framework, involving thermal avalanches, to explain dynamical heterogeneities in glass-forming liquids.

Researchers have shown that doping the topological material cobalt-tin-sulfur with nickel can produce a substantial spin Hall effect.

New material makes data encryption safer

A hybrid catalyst comprising a layer of zinc on copper can efficiently convert carbon dioxide and waste nitrogen into the fertilizer urea.

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