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NIH pulls the plug on controversial alcohol trial
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Science Magazine The solid-state microstructure of a conjugated polymer is the most important parameter determining its properties and performance in (opto)-electronic devices. A huge amount of research has been dedicated to tuning and understanding how the sequence of monomers, the... 2 days
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Science Magazine The development of wearable electronics, point-of-care testing, and soft robotics requires strain sensors that are highly sensitive, stretchable, capable of adhering conformably to arbitrary and complex surfaces, and preferably self-healable. Conductive hydrogels... 2 days
Multifunctional structural design of graphene thermoelectrics by Bayesian optimization
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Experimental benchmarking of quantum control in zero-field nuclear magnetic resonance
Science Magazine Demonstration of coherent control and characterization of the control fidelity is important for the development of quantum architectures such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). We introduce an experimental... 2 days
Stacking symmetry governed second harmonic generation in graphene trilayers
Science Magazine Crystal symmetry plays a central role in governing a wide range of fundamental physical phenomena. One example is nonlinear optical second harmonic generation (SHG), which requires inversion symmetry breaking. We... 2 days
Nanoscale momentum-resolved vibrational spectroscopy
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Science Magazine Highly active and durable bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysts have been of pivotal importance for renewable energy conversion and storage devices, such... 2 days
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Science Magazine Two-dimensional (2D) transition metal carbides and nitrides, known as MXenes, are a large class of materials that are finding numerous applications ranging from energy storage and electromagnetic interference shielding to... 2 days
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