A new study by an international team of researchers has announced that they have succeeded in demonstarting control over the interactions occurring among microscopic spheres, which cause them to self-propel into swarms, chains, and clusters.
Scientists have demonstrated a new technique for quantum tomography - self-guided quantum tomography - which opens future pathways for characterisation of large quantum states and provides robustness against inevitable system noise.
Scientists present a study of the external membrane of Influenza A virus envelope, which sheds light on the mechanisms by which substrates with different wettability can interact with the lipid envelope of bacteria and viruses. Their findings pave the way for the design of new and more effective antimicrobial surfaces.
Researchers have discovered that the magnetic moments in pyrochlore iridates indeed order in the all-in all-out structure. This confirms theoretical predictions and allows the elusive correlated Weyl semimetal state to be realised in these materials.