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The breaking of magma using crystal plasticity

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    Single-molecule magnets typically only retain information in the presence of an applied magnetic field and at very low temperatures. Here, Demir, Long and co-workers design N2 3– radical-bridged dilanthanide complexes that exhibit giant coercivities and 100-s magnetic blocking temperatures of up to 20 K.

    • Selvan Demir
    • , Miguel I. Gonzalez
    • , Lucy E. Darago
    • , William J. Evans
    •  & Jeffrey R. Long
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    Dynein is a microtubule motor the motility of which is affected by the microtubule-associated protein She1. Here, the authors show that She1 alters dynein stepping behavior and increases its microtubule affinity through simultaneous interactions with the microtubule and dynein microtubule binding domain.

    • Kari H. Ecklund
    • , Tatsuya Morisaki
    • , Lindsay G. Lammers
    • , Matthew G. Marzo
    • , Timothy J. Stasevich
    •  & Steven M. Markus
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    Twin nucleation in face-centered cubic metals with high twin-fault energies should theoretically be unfavourable, but instead twinning is very often observed. Here, the authors report a new twinning route in nanocrystalline platinum that bypasses the high twin-fault energy barrier using closely spaced partial dislocations.

    • Lihua Wang
    • , Pengfei Guan
    • , Jiao Teng
    • , Pan Liu
    • , Dengke Chen
    • , Weiyu Xie
    • , Deli Kong
    • , Shengbai Zhang
    • , Ting Zhu
    • , Ze Zhang
    • , Evan Ma
    • , Mingwei Chen
    •  & Xiaodong Han
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    Catalytic acceptorless dehydrogenation reactions provide a sustainable route to valuable products and hydrogen fuel. Here, the authors show a recyclable iron catalyst that is highly active in the acceptorless dehydrogenation of a wide range of N-heterocycles and alcohols.

    • Garima Jaiswal
    • , Vinod G. Landge
    • , Dinesh Jagadeesan
    •  & Ekambaram Balaraman
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    New vessel formation relies on a tightly controlled switch in endothelial biology from proliferating to  specializing phenotypes. Here, Fang et al. elucidate the molecular mechanisms of this switch and show that the arterial shear activates a Notch-Cx37-p27 axis promoting endothelial cell cycle arrest and enabling arterial gene expression.

    • Jennifer S. Fang
    • , Brian G. Coon
    • , Noelle Gillis
    • , Zehua Chen
    • , Jingyao Qiu
    • , Thomas W. Chittenden
    • , Janis M. Burt
    • , Martin A. Schwartz
    •  & Karen K. Hirschi
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    Realisation of large-scale quantum computation requires both error correction capability and a large number of qubits. Here, the authors propose to use a CMOS-compatible architecture featuring a spin qubit surface code and individual qubit control via floating memory gate electrodes.

    • M. Veldhorst
    • , H. G. J. Eenink
    • , C. H. Yang
    •  & A. S. Dzurak

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