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Scientists Streamline Process for Controlling Spin Dynamics

Researchers discovered the thickness of magnetic materials can act as a “knob” for fine-tuning spin dynamics.  More...

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DNA Origami Enables Fabricating Superconducting Nanowires

Scientists used DNA self-assembly to make wire-like nanostructures that can conduct electricity without resistance.  More...

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Light-induced Twisting of Weyl Nodes Switches on Giant Electron Current

The discovery could be useful in the development of quantum computers and electronics with high speed and low energy consumption.  More...

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