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    Bilayer WSe2 field-effect transistors with near ideal device characteristics can be created using transferred via contacts made from metal-embedded hexagonal boron nitride.

    • Younghun Jung
    • , Min Sup Choi
    • , Ankur Nipane
    • , Abhinandan Borah
    • , Bumho Kim
    • , Amirali Zangiabadi
    • , Takashi Taniguchi
    • , Kenji Watanabe
    • , Won Jong Yoo
    • , James Hone
    •  & James T. Teherani
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    By combining a CMOS-based integrated circuit with flexible and collapsible radiating structures, a scalable phased array architecture can be fabricated that has an areal mass density of only 0.1 g cm−2.

    • Mohammed Reza M. Hashemi
    • , Austin C. Fikes
    • , Matan Gal-Katziri
    • , Behrooz Abiri
    • , Florian Bohn
    • , Amirreza Safaripour
    • , Michael D. Kelzenberg
    • , Emily L. Warmann
    • , Pilar Espinet
    • , Nina Vaidya
    • , Eleftherios E. Gdoutos
    • , Christophe Leclerc
    • , Fabien Royer
    • , Sergio Pellegrino
    • , Harry A. Atwater
    •  & Ali Hajimiri
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    The topological Hall effect is observed at above room temperature in a bilayer heterostructure composed of thulium iron garnet and platinum, suggesting the formation of skyrmions in a magnetic insulator through the interfacial Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction.

    • Qiming Shao
    • , Yawen Liu
    • , Guoqiang Yu
    • , Se Kwon Kim
    • , Xiaoyu Che
    • , Chi Tang
    • , Qing Lin He
    • , Yaroslav Tserkovnyak
    • , Jing Shi
    •  & Kang L. Wang
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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
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    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

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