- Nuclear & Particle Physics
- Isotope Research & Production
- RIKEN BNL Research Center
First Direct Visualization of a Zero-Field Pair Density Wave
Tunneling spectroscopy uncovers the clearest proof yet that this exotic superconducting state of matter exists without a magnetic field in an iron-based superconductor.
Understanding the Tantalizing Benefits of Tantalum for Improved Quantum Processors
Scientists decode the chemical profile of tantalum surface oxides to understand loss and improve qubit performance.
Stretching Metals Allows Researchers to Create Materials for Quantum, Electronic and Spintronic Applications
Researchers develop new method to create thin oxide films from hard-to-oxidize elements like iridium.
'Charge Density Wave' Linked to Atomic Distortions in Would-be Superconductor
Precision measurements reveal connection between electron density and atomic arrangements in charge-ordered states of a superconducting copper-oxide material
Brookhaven Lab Physicist John Tranquada Elected NAS Member
Major research contributions include neutron scattering studies of high-temperature superconductors.
X-rays Reveal Electronic Details of Nickel-based Superconductors
Findings show similarities to and differences from cuprate superconductors, including more complex electronic structure.
Revealing the Thermal Heat Dance of Magnetic Domains
Scientists invented a new way of tracking electronic properties inside materials, and used it to visualize magnetic domains in a previously unseen way.