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Novel microscope makes slow-motion movies of tiny nanostructures

Physicists have developed a novel microscope that allows them to record slow-motion movies of tiny nanostructures with groundbreaking time resolution - faster even than a single oscillation cycle of light. With their new microscope they have directly imaged the super-fast motion of electrons.

Oct 5th, 2014

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Fullerene spheres - nanobearings on the test bench (w/video)

Fullerenes seemed to many an excellent candidate for nano-bearings. Unfortunately, the results so far have been conflicting, calling for further studies. Through a series of computer simulations, scientists uncovered the reason for the experimental discrepancies and shed light on the true potential of this material.

Oct 3rd, 2014

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Quantum environmentalism

Researchers demonstrate a new type of qubit control, one that actually makes productive use of a qubit's proximity to its surroundings.

Oct 2nd, 2014

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Simultaneous imaging of ferromagnetic and ferroelectric domains

Researchers have discovered a new way to simultaneously image both the ferromagnetic and the ferroelectric domain structures of multilayer devices in which a ferromagnetic film is grown on a ferroelectric substrate. These structures have attracted significant recent interest due to their ability to efficiently use voltage to change the magnetization in low-energy magnetic devices.

Oct 2nd, 2014

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Creating nanostructures using simple stamps

Nanostructures of virtually any possible shape can now be made using a combination of techniques. Especially the unique properties of so-called perovskites can be exploited further: their crystal structure is not influenced by the process.

Oct 2nd, 2014

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