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  • Perspective | | open

    The solutions adopted by the high-energy physics community to foster reproducible research are examples of best practices that could be embraced more widely. This first experience suggests that reproducibility requires going beyond openness.

    • Xiaoli Chen
    • , Sünje Dallmeier-Tiessen
    • , Robin Dasler
    • , Sebastian Feger
    • , Pamfilos Fokianos
    • , Jose Benito Gonzalez
    • , Harri Hirvonsalo
    • , Dinos Kousidis
    • , Artemis Lavasa
    • , Salvatore Mele
    • , Diego Rodriguez Rodriguez
    • , Tibor Šimko
    • , Tim Smith
    • , Ana Trisovic
    • , Anna Trzcinska
    • , Ioannis Tsanaktsidis
    • , Markus Zimmermann
    • , Kyle Cranmer
    • , Lukas Heinrich
    • , Gordon Watts
    • , Michael Hildreth
    • , Lara Lloret Iglesias
    • , Kati Lassili-Perini
    •  & Sebastian Neubert
  • Article |

    Photoionization is one of the most important photophysical events. This process can now be characterized in a quantum-mechanically complete manner by use of polarization-controlled extreme-ultraviolet light derived from a free-electron laser

    • P. A. Carpeggiani
    • , E. V. Gryzlova
    • , M. Reduzzi
    • , A. Dubrouil
    • , D. Faccialá
    • , M. Negro
    • , K. Ueda
    • , S. M. Burkov
    • , F. Frassetto
    • , F. Stienkemeier
    • , Y. Ovcharenko
    • , M. Meyer
    • , O. Plekan
    • , P. Finetti
    • , K. C. Prince
    • , C. Callegari
    • , A. N. Grum-Grzhimailo
    •  & G. Sansone
  • Article |

    Large-scale numerical examination of a disordered Bose–Hubbard model in two dimensions shows entanglement based signature of many-body localization, providing answers to the challenging questions posed by recent experiments.

    • Thorsten B. Wahl
    • , Arijeet Pal
    •  & Steven H. Simon
  • Letter |

    Electrons are confined to an artificial Sierpiński triangle. Microscopy measurements show that their wavefunctions become self-similar and their quantum properties inherit a non-integer dimension between 1 and 2.

    • S. N. Kempkes
    • , M. R. Slot
    • , S. E. Freeney
    • , S. J. M. Zevenhuizen
    • , D. Vanmaekelbergh
    • , I. Swart
    •  & C. Morais Smith
  • Letter |

    Geophysical properties of the Earth’s interior have been inferred by looking at the absorption of neutrinos as they pass through our planet.

    • Andrea Donini
    • , Sergio Palomares-Ruiz
    •  & Jordi Salvado
  • Letter |

    By means of a novel referencing technique that is based on the high stability of frequency combs, broadband phase spectra from plasmonics rulers can now be used to measure dynamic motion of nanostructures with picometre resolution.

    • Nguyen Duy Anh
    • , Byung Jae Chun
    • , Sungho Choi
    • , Dong-Eon Kim
    • , Seungchul Kim
    •  & Young-Jin Kim
  • Perspective |

    Despite the growing interdisciplinarity of research, the Nobel prize consolidates the traditional disciplinary categorization of science. There is, in fact, an opportunity for the most revered scientific reward to mirror the current research landscape.

    • Michael Szell
    • , Yifang Ma
    •  & Roberta Sinatra
  • Article |

    Despite of the charge disorder, the three-dimensional antiferromagnet NaCaNi2F7 is an almost ideal realization of the spin-1 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on a pyrochlore lattice, showing key features of quantum spin liquid.

    • K. W. Plumb
    • , Hitesh J. Changlani
    • , A. Scheie
    • , Shu Zhang
    • , J. W. Krizan
    • , J. A. Rodriguez-Rivera
    • , Yiming Qiu
    • , B. Winn
    • , R. J. Cava
    •  & C. L. Broholm
  • Letter |

    The weak interaction between the nucleus and the electrons in a chain of Yb isotopes is measured with tabletop atomic physics techniques. The dependence of the interaction strength on the number of neutrons confirms the prediction by standard model.

    • D. Antypas
    • , A. Fabricant
    • , J. E. Stalnaker
    • , K. Tsigutkin
    • , V. V. Flambaum
    •  & D. Budker
  • Letter |

    High coupling efficiency between laser-induced hohlraum X-rays and targets is essential for reaching long-sought regimes for viable inertial confinement fusion. Experiments with a rugby hohlraum shape and an improved capsule now allow demonstration of more than 30%.

    • Y. Ping
    • , V. A. Smalyuk
    • , P. Amendt
    • , R. Tommasini
    • , J. E. Field
    • , S. Khan
    • , D. Bennett
    • , E. Dewald
    • , F. Graziani
    • , S. Johnson
    • , O. L. Landen
    • , A. G. MacPhee
    • , A. Nikroo
    • , J. Pino
    • , S. Prisbrey
    • , J. Ralph
    • , R. Seugling
    • , D. Strozzi
    • , R. E. Tipton
    • , Y. M. Wang
    • , E. Loomis
    • , E. Merritt
    •  & D. Montgomery
  • Article |

    Evidence is provided that quantum random circuit sampling, a near-term quantum computational task, is classically hard but verifiable, making it a leading proposal for achieving quantum supremacy.

    • Adam Bouland
    • , Bill Fefferman
    • , Chinmay Nirkhe
    •  & Umesh Vazirani
  • Letter |

    Strong and long-range interactions between Rydberg states of neutral atoms can be mapped to light via electromagnetically induced transparency, realizing a photon–photon quantum gate for quantum communications and networking.

    • Daniel Tiarks
    • , Steffen Schmidt-Eberle
    • , Thomas Stolz
    • , Gerhard Rempe
    •  & Stephan Dürr
  • Letter |

    Spin current is generated by pumping from nuclear spin waves. The nuclear magnetic resonance is used to transfer angular momentum from the nuclei of an antiferromagnet to a propagating spin current that is subsequently collected in a distant electrode.

    • Yuki Shiomi
    • , Jana Lustikova
    • , Shingo Watanabe
    • , Daichi Hirobe
    • , Saburo Takahashi
    •  & Eiji Saitoh
  • Article |

    Neutron and X-ray scattering experiments show that the partly disordered material CsNiCrF6 supports multiple Coulomb phases with structural and magnetic properties dictated by underlying local gauge symmetry.

    • T. Fennell
    • , M. J. Harris
    • , S. Calder
    • , M. Ruminy
    • , M. Boehm
    • , P. Steffens
    • , M.-H. Lemée-Cailleau
    • , O. Zaharko
    • , A. Cervellino
    •  & S. T. Bramwell
  • Article |

    Predicting the collapse of a dynamical system by monitoring the structure of its network of interaction takes the form of stability conditions formulated in terms of a topological invariant of the network, the k-core.

    • Flaviano Morone
    • , Gino Del Ferraro
    •  & Hernán A. Makse
  • Letter |

    Three different ultrafast probes investigate a non-adiabatic phase transition and find substantial evidence of topological defects inhibiting the reformation of the equilibrium phase.

    • Alfred Zong
    • , Anshul Kogar
    • , Ya-Qing Bie
    • , Timm Rohwer
    • , Changmin Lee
    • , Edoardo Baldini
    • , Emre Ergeçen
    • , Mehmet B. Yilmaz
    • , Byron Freelon
    • , Edbert J. Sie
    • , Hengyun Zhou
    • , Joshua Straquadine
    • , Philip Walmsley
    • , Pavel E. Dolgirev
    • , Alexander V. Rozhkov
    • , Ian R. Fisher
    • , Pablo Jarillo-Herrero
    • , Boris V. Fine
    •  & Nuh Gedik
  • Article |

    A strong Hall effect is observed in a material with spin textures and strong electron correlations. This hints that correlation effects can amplify real-space topological spin transport.

    • Lorenzo Vistoli
    • , Wenbo Wang
    • , Anke Sander
    • , Qiuxiang Zhu
    • , Blai Casals
    • , Rafael Cichelero
    • , Agnès Barthélémy
    • , Stéphane Fusil
    • , Gervasi Herranz
    • , Sergio Valencia
    • , Radu Abrudan
    • , Eugen Weschke
    • , Kazuki Nakazawa
    • , Hiroshi Kohno
    • , Jacobo Santamaria
    • , Weida Wu
    • , Vincent Garcia
    •  & Manuel Bibes
  • Letter |

    An increase in electrical resistance caused by the fundamental process of electrons scattering off of each other (umklapp scattering) is observed in graphene superlattice devices. This will limit the electrical properties of such devices.

    • J. R. Wallbank
    • , R. Krishna Kumar
    • , M. Holwill
    • , Z. Wang
    • , G. H. Auton
    • , J. Birkbeck
    • , A. Mishchenko
    • , L. A. Ponomarenko
    • , K. Watanabe
    • , T. Taniguchi
    • , K. S. Novoselov
    • , I. L. Aleiner
    • , A. K. Geim
    •  & V. I. Fal’ko
  • Article |

    An anomalous upturn of the critical field at low temperature observed in disordered superconductors has long puzzled researchers. A joint experimental and theoretical study suggests that the origin of the anomaly lies in the physics of vortex glasses.

    • Benjamin Sacépé
    • , Johanna Seidemann
    • , Frédéric Gay
    • , Kevin Davenport
    • , Andrey Rogachev
    • , Maoz Ovadia
    • , Karen Michaeli
    •  & Mikhail V. Feigel’man
  • Article |

    Neutron and X-ray scattering studies combined with first-principles calculations suggest that the large, liquid-like ionic mobility in the canonical superionic crystal CuCrSe2 is due to anharmonic phonon dynamics.

    • Jennifer L. Niedziela
    • , Dipanshu Bansal
    • , Andrew F. May
    • , Jingxuan Ding
    • , Tyson Lanigan-Atkins
    • , Georg Ehlers
    • , Douglas L. Abernathy
    • , Ayman Said
    •  & Olivier Delaire
  • Letter |

    A new noise spectroscopy technique shows that charges localized as polarons trapped at impurity sites mediate perpendicular ‘c-axis’ electronic transport in cuprate superconductors.

    • K. M. Bastiaans
    • , D. Cho
    • , T. Benschop
    • , I. Battisti
    • , Y. Huang
    • , M. S. Golden
    • , Q. Dong
    • , Y. Jin
    • , J. Zaanen
    •  & M. P. Allan
  • Perspective |

    Recent developments have seen concepts originally developed in quantum information theory, such as entanglement and quantum error correction, come to play a fundamental role in understanding quantum gravity.

    • Xiao-Liang Qi
  • Perspective |

    It is the common wisdom that time evolution of a many-body system leads to thermalization and washes away quantum correlations. But one class of system — referred to as many-body localized — defy this expectation.

    • Ehud Altman
  • Perspective |

    Quantitative tools for measuring the propagation of information through quantum many-body systems, originally developed to study quantum chaos, have recently found many new applications from black holes to disordered spin systems.

    • Brian Swingle
  • Letter |

    Spectroscopy and shell model calculations reveal the 181Hg isotope as the endpoint of the shape-staggering of Hg nuclei, a consequence of neutron removal which arises from the interplay of single-particle and collective degrees of freedom.

    • B. A. Marsh
    • , T. Day Goodacre
    • , S. Sels
    • , Y. Tsunoda
    • , B. Andel
    • , A. N. Andreyev
    • , N. A. Althubiti
    • , D. Atanasov
    • , A. E. Barzakh
    • , J. Billowes
    • , K. Blaum
    • , T. E. Cocolios
    • , J. G. Cubiss
    • , J. Dobaczewski
    • , G. J. Farooq-Smith
    • , D. V. Fedorov
    • , V. N. Fedosseev
    • , K. T. Flanagan
    • , L. P. Gaffney
    • , L. Ghys
    • , M. Huyse
    • , S. Kreim
    • , D. Lunney
    • , K. M. Lynch
    • , V. Manea
    • , Y. Martinez Palenzuela
    • , P. L. Molkanov
    • , T. Otsuka
    • , A. Pastore
    • , M. Rosenbusch
    • , R. E. Rossel
    • , S. Rothe
    • , L. Schweikhard
    • , M. D. Seliverstov
    • , P. Spagnoletti
    • , C. Van Beveren
    • , P. Van Duppen
    • , M. Veinhard
    • , E. Verstraelen
    • , A. Welker
    • , K. Wendt
    • , F. Wienholtz
    • , R. N. Wolf
    • , A. Zadvornaya
    •  & K. Zuber
  • Article |

    Biexcitons play an important role in determining the optical properties of transition metal dichalcogenide monolayers, but their precise structure is poorly understood. Using a combination of ultrafast spectroscopy and theory, the origin of their fine structure is revealed.

    • Alexander Steinhoff
    • , Matthias Florian
    • , Akshay Singh
    • , Kha Tran
    • , Mirco Kolarczik
    • , Sophia Helmrich
    • , Alexander W. Achtstein
    • , Ulrike Woggon
    • , Nina Owschimikow
    • , Frank Jahnke
    •  & Xiaoqin Li
  • Article |

    In spite of its wide technological use, the response of silicon to rapid compression remains poorly understood. By means of an X-ray diffraction method based on a free-electron laser, the process for laser-driven dynamic shock compression is now elucidated in this system.

    • E. E. McBride
    • , A. Krygier
    • , A. Ehnes
    • , E. Galtier
    • , M. Harmand
    • , Z. Konôpková
    • , H. J. Lee
    • , H.-P. Liermann
    • , B. Nagler
    • , A. Pelka
    • , M. Rödel
    • , A. Schropp
    • , R. F. Smith
    • , C. Spindloe
    • , D. Swift
    • , F. Tavella
    • , S. Toleikis
    • , T. Tschentscher
    • , J. S. Wark
    •  & A. Higginbotham
  • Article |

    An analogy with wetting has proven apt for describing how groups of cells spread on a substrate. But cells are active: they polarize, generate forces and adhere to their surroundings. Experiments now find agreement with an active update to the theory.

    • Carlos Pérez-González
    • , Ricard Alert
    • , Carles Blanch-Mercader
    • , Manuel Gómez-González
    • , Tomasz Kolodziej
    • , Elsa Bazellieres
    • , Jaume Casademunt
    •  & Xavier Trepat
  • Article |

    Multiple different types of topological states are observed in iron-based high-temperature superconductors. This suggests that these may be a good place to try and engineer high-temperature topological superconductivity.

    • Peng Zhang
    • , Zhijun Wang
    • , Xianxin Wu
    • , Koichiro Yaji
    • , Yukiaki Ishida
    • , Yoshimitsu Kohama
    • , Guangyang Dai
    • , Yue Sun
    • , Cedric Bareille
    • , Kenta Kuroda
    • , Takeshi Kondo
    • , Kozo Okazaki
    • , Koichi Kindo
    • , Xiancheng Wang
    • , Changqing Jin
    • , Jiangping Hu
    • , Ronny Thomale
    • , Kazuki Sumida
    • , Shilong Wu
    • , Koji Miyamoto
    • , Taichi Okuda
    • , Hong Ding
    • , G. D. Gu
    • , Tsuyoshi Tamegai
    • , Takuto Kawakami
    • , Masatoshi Sato
    •  & Shik Shin
  • Author Correction |

    • Frank Schindler
    • , Zhijun Wang
    • , Maia G. Vergniory
    • , Ashley M. Cook
    • , Anil Murani
    • , Shamashis Sengupta
    • , Alik Yu. Kasumov
    • , Richard Deblock
    • , Sangjun Jeon
    • , Ilya Drozdov
    • , Hélène Bouchiat
    • , Sophie Guéron
    • , Ali Yazdani
    • , B. Andrei Bernevig
    •  & Titus Neupert
  • Article |

    A rigid particle moving along a soft wall feels a repulsive force that can reduce its drag. Evidence now suggests that for thin enough walls the particle can be displaced appreciably—a finding that may have implications for biological membranes.

    • Bhargav Rallabandi
    • , Naomi Oppenheimer
    • , Matan Yah Ben Zion
    •  & Howard A. Stone
  • Letter |

    A periodic pattern of Cooper pairs is observed at the atomic scale and is shown to be correlated with the local strength of the superconductivity. This reveals a new interplay between different ordered states in the cuprates.

    • Wei Ruan
    • , Xintong Li
    • , Cheng Hu
    • , Zhenqi Hao
    • , Haiwei Li
    • , Peng Cai
    • , Xingjiang Zhou
    • , Dung-Hai Lee
    •  & Yayu Wang
  • Letter |

    Suspended clusters of honeybees withstand dynamic mechanical forcing from their environment. Experiments and simulations suggest that collective stability relies on individual bees responding to local variations in strain.

    • O. Peleg
    • , J. M. Peters
    • , M. K. Salcedo
    •  & L. Mahadevan
  • Author Correction |

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    A theoretical and numerical approach, validated by experiments at the KSTAR facility, shows how magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in tokamak plasmas can be efficiently controlled by a small relaxation of the confining field into a 3D configuration.

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    • , Yongkyoon In
    • , Joon-Wook Ahn
    • , Raffi Nazikian
    • , Gunyoung Park
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    • , HyungHo Lee
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    • , Hyun-Seok Kim
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    • , Zhirui Wang
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    • , Jonathan E. Menard
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    Water drops placed at rest on flat, hot solids are found to rotate and spontaneously propel themselves in the direction of their rotation. The effect is due to symmetry breaking of the flow inside the drop, which couples rotation to translation.

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    • , Timothée Mouterde
    • , Philippe Bourrianne
    • , Antoine Lagarde
    • , Christophe Clanet
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    Non-equilibrium Bose–Einstein condensation of 7 ± 2 photons is observed in a sculpted dye-filled microcavity. The small number of particles allows the authors to access and characterize the non-equilibrium dynamics of the bosonic modes.

    • Benjamin T. Walker
    • , Lucas C. Flatten
    • , Henry J. Hesten
    • , Florian Mintert
    • , David Hunger
    • , Aurélien A. P. Trichet
    • , Jason M. Smith
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    The realization of a two-dimensional quadrupole topological insulator—featuring gapless corner states but an otherwise insulating bulk and edge—establishes electrical circuits as a versatile platform for implementing topological band structures.

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    • , Florian Bayer
    • , Johannes Brehm
    • , Laurens W. Molenkamp
    • , Tobias Kiessling
    • , Frank Schindler
    • , Ching Hua Lee
    • , Martin Greiter
    • , Titus Neupert
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    Superradiance is reported from an ensemble of nitrogen–vacancy centres coupled to a microwave resonator in the fast cavity limit.

    • Andreas Angerer
    • , Kirill Streltsov
    • , Thomas Astner
    • , Stefan Putz
    • , Hitoshi Sumiya
    • , Shinobu Onoda
    • , Junichi Isoya
    • , William J. Munro
    • , Kae Nemoto
    • , Jörg Schmiedmayer
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    The entropy of a few-electron quantum system is measured for the first time by tracking the movement of charge in and out of the system. This could allow the unambiguous detection of Majorana fermions in solid state devices.

    • Nikolaus Hartman
    • , Christian Olsen
    • , Silvia Lüscher
    • , Mohammad Samani
    • , Saeed Fallahi
    • , Geoffrey C. Gardner
    • , Michael Manfra
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