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Condensed Matter Physics - News


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Z. Valy Vardeny and Christoph Boehme A new way to get electricity from magnetism
Released April 18, 2016
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Samuel Linser measures optical potentials Nanostructures promise big impact on higher-speed, lower-power optical devices
Released March 14, 2016
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electrons on the surface of a Weyl semi-metal Down the rabbit hole: How electrons travel through exotic new material
Released March 10, 2016
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artist's rendition of laser light Moving electrons around loops with light: A quantum device based on geometry
Released February 19, 2016
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chemistry graphic Bismuth-based nanoribbons show 'topological' transport, potential for new technologies
Released January 19, 2016
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motion of E.coli in fluids Penn researchers discover why E. coli move faster in syrup-like fluids than in water
Released November 25, 2015
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chemistry graphic Osteoarthritis finding sheds new light on HA injection controversy
Released November 25, 2015
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Paul Klimov adjusts the intensity of a laser beam Strange quantum phenomenon achieved at room temperature in semiconductor wafers
Released November 20, 2015
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Nigel Goldenfeld and Hong-Yan Shih Ecological extinction explains how turbulence dies
Released November 17, 2015
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Casey Miller New metal alloy could yield green cooling technologies
Released October 29, 2015
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nanodots induce magnetic skyrmions (arrows) Room temperature magnetic skyrmions, a new type of digital memory?
Released October 8, 2015
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a crystal of scandium trifluoride Caution: Shrinks when warm
Released October 6, 2015
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the table-top scanning laser microscope Building the electron superhighway
Released September 14, 2015
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magnetic wave Physicists catch a magnetic wave that offers promise for more energy-efficient computing
Released September 8, 2015
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quantum motion device Seeing quantum motion
Released August 28, 2015
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David Weitz A new technique to make drugs more soluble
Released August 27, 2015
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an ultra-soft elastomer Eliminating entanglements
Released August 10, 2015
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a sample of TiAu Nonmagnetic elements form unique magnet
Released July 14, 2015
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light polarizes silicon nuclear spins Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality
Released June 24, 2015
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atoms sticking to a carbon nanotube Physicists precisely measure interaction between atoms and carbon surfaces
Released May 28, 2015
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domains in iron-gallium alloys New class of swelling magnets have the potential to energize the world
Released May 21, 2015
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algae swimming on a 30 micron thin liquid film Swimming algae offer Penn researchers insights into living fluid dynamics
Released March 26, 2015
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the interference between light & radiation Sharper nanoscopy
Released March 19, 2015
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a custom apparatus Penn researchers show how rivers creep and flow to shape landscapes over time
Released March 9, 2015
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chemistry graphic Warming up the world of superconductors
Released February 25, 2015
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a short row of vortices Ultra-thin nanowires can trap electron 'twisters' that disrupt superconductors
Released February 24, 2015
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Juan Lopez holds a glass tube Beyond silicon: New semiconductor moves spintronics toward reality
Released February 19, 2015
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Hsiang-Hsi Kung and Girsh Blumberg with instrument Research offers new insight on 30-Year-old 'hidden order' physics mystery
Released February 12, 2015
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plasmon energy expansion thermometry UCLA and USC scientists devise breakthrough technique for mapping temperature in tiny electronic devices
Released February 6, 2015
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image shows density (grey) and temperature (color) A nanoscale solution to the big problem of overheating in microelectronic devices
Released February 3, 2015
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