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Crystalline materials news, May 2021

Using a complex metal oxide that can utilize electron spins, physicists have created computing elements comparable to neurons and synapses in the brain.

By combining a protein-like molecule with a silicate-based nanocluster, researchers have created a new class of progammable 2D nanocrystals.

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A novel 'molecular glue' can keep a key interface inside perovskite solar cells from degrading, thereby improving their long-term reliability.

Researchers have developed neural networks that can accurately predict the evolution of microstructures in materials under certain environments.

Using extremely high pressures, researchers have managed to produce a novel 2D material composed of nitrogen and beryllium atoms, termed beryllonitrene.

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