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Latest Research

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    Electronic components made from two-dimensional MoTe2 can be chemically synthesized and integrated in a single step, creating devices in which each component in the active layer is connected via covalent bonds.

    • Qi Zhang
    • , Xue-Feng Wang
    • , Shu-Hong Shen
    • , Qi Lu
    • , Xiaozhi Liu
    • , Haoyi Li
    • , Jingying Zheng
    • , Chu-Ping Yu
    • , Xiaoyan Zhong
    • , Lin Gu
    • , Tian-Ling Ren
    •  & Liying Jiao
  • Article |

    Pulse engineering techniques can be used to reduce the average Clifford gate error rates for silicon quantum dot spin qubits down to 0.043%, a factor of three improvement over state-of-the-art silicon devices.

    • C. H. Yang
    • , K. W. Chan
    • , R. Harper
    • , W. Huang
    • , T. Evans
    • , J. C. C. Hwang
    • , B. Hensen
    • , A. Laucht
    • , T. Tanttu
    • , F. E. Hudson
    • , S. T. Flammia
    • , K. M. Itoh
    • , A. Morello
    • , S. D. Bartlett
    •  & A. S. Dzurak
  • Review Article |

    This Review Article examines the development of self-healing electronic materials and devices, explores their potential applications and discusses the challenges that exist in delivering practical systems.

    • Jiheong Kang
    • , Jeffrey B.-H. Tok
    •  & Zhenan Bao
  • Article |

    A reinforcement learning algorithm can be implemented on a hybrid analogue–digital platform based on memristive arrays for parallel and energy-efficient in situ training.

    • Zhongrui Wang
    • , Can Li
    • , Wenhao Song
    • , Mingyi Rao
    • , Daniel Belkin
    • , Yunning Li
    • , Peng Yan
    • , Hao Jiang
    • , Peng Lin
    • , Miao Hu
    • , John Paul Strachan
    • , Ning Ge
    • , Mark Barnell
    • , Qing Wu
    • , Andrew G. Barto
    • , Qinru Qiu
    • , R. Stanley Williams
    • , Qiangfei Xia
    •  & J. Joshua Yang
  • Article |

    Measurements with a lateral spin pumping device architecture suggest that long spin diffusion lengths of more than 1 μm are possible in conjugated polymer systems that have a sufficiently high spin density.

    • Shu-Jen Wang
    • , Deepak Venkateshvaran
    • , M. R. Mahani
    • , Uday Chopra
    • , Erik R. McNellis
    • , Riccardo Di Pietro
    • , Sam Schott
    • , Angela Wittmann
    • , Guillaume Schweicher
    • , Murat Cubukcu
    • , Keehoon Kang
    • , Remington Carey
    • , Thomas J. Wagner
    • , Janis N. M. Siebrecht
    • , Daniel P. G. H. Wong
    • , Ian E. Jacobs
    • , Razan O. Aboljadayel
    • , Adrian Ionescu
    • , Sergei A. Egorov
    • , Sebastian Mueller
    • , Olga Zadvorna
    • , Piotr Skalski
    • , Cameron Jellett
    • , Mark Little
    • , Adam Marks
    • , Iain McCulloch
    • , Joerg Wunderlich
    • , Jairo Sinova
    •  & Henning Sirringhaus

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  • Nature Electronics publishes both fundamental and applied research across all areas of electronics, incorporating the work of scientists, engineers and industry. The journal focuses on the development of technology and understanding the impact such developments could have on society.

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  • The Chief Editor of Nature Electronics is Owain Vaughan, who was previously an editor at Nature Nanotechnology and a strategy editor for Nature Research. The other members of the editorial team are Michael Lee, Christiana Varnava and Stuart Thomas.

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