Ji Ho Sung, Hoseok Heo, Saerom Si, Yong Hyeon Kim, Hyeong Rae Noh, Kyung Song, Juho Kim, Chang-Soo Lee, Seung-Young Seo, Dong-Hwi Kim, Hyoung Kug Kim, Han Woong Yeom, Tae-Hwan Kim, Si-Young Choi, Jun Sung Kim & Moon-Ho Jo
Riccardo Scott, Jan Heckmann, Anatol V. Prudnikau, Artsiom Antanovich, Aleksandr Mikhailov, Nina Owschimikow, Mikhail Artemyev, Juan I. Climente, Ulrike Woggon, Nicolai B. Grosse & Alexander W. Achtstein
Fast four-colour sequence readout from 20,000-bp-long DNA has been realized at sub-nanogram DNA input based on length-independent, voltage-induced DNA loading into waveguides equipped with nanopores in their floors.
Manuel Baumgartner, Kevin Garello, Johannes Mendil, Can Onur Avci, Eva Grimaldi, Christoph Murer, Junxiao Feng, Mihai Gabureac, Christian Stamm, Yves Acremann, Simone Finizio, Sebastian Wintz, Jörg Raabe & Pietro Gambardella
Time-resolved X-ray microscopy reveals the mechanism and speed of current-induced magnetization switching of Co/Pt dots under the combined effect of spin-orbit torques and Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction.
Daniel Gallego-Perez, Durba Pal, Subhadip Ghatak, Veysi Malkoc, Natalia Higuita-Castro, Surya Gnyawali, Lingqian Chang, Wei-Ching Liao, Junfeng Shi, Mithun Sinha, Kanhaiya Singh, Erin Steen, Alec Sunyecz, Richard Stewart, Jordan Moore, Thomas Ziebro, Robert G. Northcutt, Michael Homsy, Paul Bertani, Wu Lu, Sashwati Roy, Savita Khanna, Cameron Rink, Vishnu Baba Sundaresan, Jose J. Otero, L. James Lee & Chandan K. Sen
Junsang Yoo, Euiyeon Lee, Hee Young Kim, Dong-ho Youn, Junghyun Jung, Hongwon Kim, Yujung Chang, Wonwoong Lee, Jaein Shin, Soonbong Baek, Wonhee Jang, Won Jun, Soochan Kim, Jongki Hong, Hi-Joon Park, Christopher J. Lengner, Sang Hyun Moh, Youngeun Kwon & Jongpil Kim
Localized surface plasmon resonance can be used to control the energy flow in plasmonic core-shell Ag–Pt nanocubes and excite energetic charge carriers in the thin Pt shell, which can then drive CO oxidation.
Ionic species produced from carbon-based nanomaterials on exposure to an ultraviolet laser can be detected by the mass spectrometer, and these carbon cluster species are used to map and quantify the distribution of nanomaterials in mice.