Nature Materials

‘Impossible’ quasi-particles in a material related to rust

This is the first time that naturally occurring emergent monopoles have been observed experimentally.

Soap-inspired electrolyte for designing longer-lasting batteries

The secret to longer-lasting batteries might be in how soap works, a new study says.

A quasicrystal from nanoparticles using DNA

The breakthrough opens the way for designing and building more complex structures.

A new electrical method for next-gen electronic devices and quantum computers

For the first time, scientists demonstrate how to electronically alter the direction of electron flow.

A new quantum device generates single photons and encodes information

Approach is a step toward using single photons in quantum communication and information processing.

New battery design exceeds fast-charging goals for EV

It will be impactful for EVs and other applications.

Laser pulse creates exotic quantum material

A minimal distortion of the crystal structure at room temperature.

A new switch discovered for superconductivity

The scientists discover a new superconductivity switch.

MIT engineers develop a Jell-O-like electrode

A new material could replace metals as electrical interfaces for pacemakers, implants, and other electronic implants.

New material could enable more efficient magnet-based computer memory

Metallic compounds reduce computing's carbon footprint, speed processing, & enable AI training.

New material in which electron’s dynamics can be controlled

Sculpting quantum materials for the electronics of the future.

New camera with a shutter speed of 1 trillionth of a second

Researchers could now understand how materials move heat.

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