Scientists took snapshots of the crystal structure of perovskite nanocrystals

Picosecond-​resolution snapshots of the crystal lattice of perovskite nanocrystals.

MIT physicists have trapped electrons in pure crystals

The results open the door to exploring superconductivity and other exotic electronic states in 3D materials.

A superatomic material sets a speed record

The fastest and most efficient semiconductor yet.

Electrons drive giant, nonlinear elastic response in Sr2RuO4

Current-carrying electrons can make the lattice much softer than usual in the material Sr2RuO4.

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.

Milestone: A particle accelerator on a chip

FAU team of researchers succeed for the first time in accelerating electrons using a nano device.

Physicists detected excitons that are bound via magnetism

"Hubbard excitons" could eventually lead to novel technologies

A new quantum ruler to explore exotic matter

Twisted Science!

UCLA-led advancement redefines Nobel Prize-winning technology

Improved imaging for small protein targets at 3 Å resolution.

Visualizing how electrons flow around sharp bends

Electrons take flight at the nanoscale.

Electrons in Earth’s plasma may be forming water on the Moon

High energy electrons in earth's magnetosphere: A tool for Moonwater formation.

Sci­en­tists develop fermionic quan­tum pro­ces­sor

A new type of quantum computer that uses fermionic atoms to simulate complex physical systems.

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