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The study, carried out by CSIC scientists, lays the foundations for understanding the mechanisms of certain unconventional superconducting materials
A study led by researchers from the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) has managed to explain the essential aspects of superconductivity (the ability of certain materials to conduct electric current without energy loss) in spun graphene trilayers, which are achieved by ...
New characterisation methods to enable an accurate assessment and prediction of the effects on humans and the environment
A new EU research project in which the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) is playing a leading role is investigating the safe and sustainable use of the versatile nanomaterial graphene. BAM is developing new characterisation methods in its competence centre nano@BAM to enable ...
“This goes beyond what can be done in conventional semiconductors or any other two-dimensional electron system”
Researchers at RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich have uncovered important characteristics of double quantum dots in bilayer graphene, an increasingly promising material for possible applications in quantum technologies. The team has demonstrated near-perfect particle-hole ...
In a paper published in Nature, researchers from The University of Manchester report record-high magnetoresistance that appears in graphene under ambient conditions. Materials that strongly change their resistivity under magnetic fields are highly sought for various applications and, for example, ...
Graphene is the strongest of all materials. On top of that, it is exceptionally good at conducting heat and electrical currents, making it one of the most special and versatile materials we know. For all these reasons, the discovery of graphene was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010. Yet, ...
Researchers led by Prof. ZHOU Wu from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) and Prof. Sokrates T. Pantelides of Vanderbilt University have pushed the sensitivity of single-atom vibrational spectroscopy to the chemical-bonding-configuration extreme, which is critical for ...
Researchers have developed a super-resolution microscopy method for the rapid differentiation of molecular structures in 3D.
Super-resolution microscopy methods are essential for uncovering the structures of cells and the dynamics of molecules. Since researchers overcame the resolution limit of around 250 nanometers (and winning the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their efforts), which had long been considered ...
New topological superconductivity in multilayered graphene sheets
Graphene is a strange material. Understanding its properties is both a fundamental question of science and a promising avenue for new technologies. A team of researchers from the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) and the Weizmann Institute of Science has studied what happens when ...
Its Technology increases the range, robustness, charging speed, and service life of batteries
Evonik has invested in battery specialist SuperC. The Chinese company is a technological leader in graphene materials that improve the range, robustness, charging speed, and service life of lithium-ion batteries. This can solve key limitations of electric vehicles and accelerate the shift to ...
A quick electric pulse completely flips the material’s electronic properties, opening a route to ultrafast, brain-inspired, superconducting electronics
With some careful twisting and stacking, MIT physicists have revealed a new and exotic property in “magic-angle” graphene: superconductivity that can be turned on and off with an electric pulse, much like a light switch. The discovery could lead to ultrafast, energy-efficient superconducting ...