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Electronic properties

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A 2D tungsten ditelluride bilayer develops a spontaneous electrical polarization that allows it to undergo ‘ferroelectric switching’.

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Nanowires could help restore impaired neurological functions involved in vision and movement

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Fire-resistant wallpaper based on inorganic nanowires and graphene oxide (GO) thermal sensors sounds an alarm in the event of fire.

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Scientists have discovered that tiny distortions in the crystal lattice of iron pnictide help it to enter a superconducting state as it's cooled.

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Researchers have developed a way to embed high-speed optoelectronic semiconductor devices within fibers, which can then be woven into fabrics.

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Quantum computing could benefit from the finding that electrons can be trapped between graphene nanoribbons with different topologies,

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Novel all-solid-state batteries based on thin films benefit from low resistance at the interface between the electrode and the solid electrolyte.

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Scientists have discovered that cuprates seem to carry electric current in an entirely different way to conventional metals such as copper.

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Researchers have found that ‘rebar graphene’, in which graphene is reinforced with carbon nanotubes, is more than twice as tough as pristine graphene.

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Could the touch of a finger make mobile data storage more secure?

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Interview with Dr Alex Minovich from Kings College London about reflective metasurfaces.

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