Articles

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    Symmetry labels of materials under certain space groups can be used to indicate their band topology. Integrating that into first-principles band-structure calculations, new topological materials with a diversity of topological phenomena are discovered.

    • Feng Tang
    • , Hoi Chun Po
    • , Ashvin Vishwanath
    •  & Xiangang Wan
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    The authors use surface acoustic waves, focused in a Gaussian geometry, to manipulate the spin state of divacancy defects in silicon carbide via mechanical driving. They demonstrate that shear strain is important in controlling the spin transitions.

    • Samuel J. Whiteley
    • , Gary Wolfowicz
    • , Christopher P. Anderson
    • , Alexandre Bourassa
    • , He Ma
    • , Meng Ye
    • , Gerwin Koolstra
    • , Kevin J. Satzinger
    • , Martin V. Holt
    • , F. Joseph Heremans
    • , Andrew N. Cleland
    • , David I. Schuster
    • , Giulia Galli
    •  & David D. Awschalom
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    Actomyosin networks with rapid turnover self-organize within droplets, forming a dynamic steady-state with persistent flows. The networks exhibit homogeneous, density-independent contraction, implying that active stress scales with viscosity.

    • Maya Malik-Garbi
    • , Niv Ierushalmi
    • , Silvia Jansen
    • , Enas Abu-Shah
    • , Bruce L. Goode
    • , Alex Mogilner
    •  & Kinneret Keren
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    Complex networks with identical topology may exhibit different dynamics. A systematic analysis of signal propagation in networks reveals the existence of three specific dynamic regimes that connect topological features to dynamic patterns.

    • Chittaranjan Hens
    • , Uzi Harush
    • , Simi Haber
    • , Reuven Cohen
    •  & Baruch Barzel
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    Detailed neutron scattering, magnetic susceptibility and muon spin relaxation studies indicate the absence of long-range magnetic order in the quantum magnet TbInO3 down to 0.46 K— an observation consistent with quantum spin liquid behaviour.

    • Lucy Clark
    • , Gabriele Sala
    • , Dalini D. Maharaj
    • , Matthew B. Stone
    • , Kevin S. Knight
    • , Mark T. F. Telling
    • , Xueyun Wang
    • , Xianghan Xu
    • , Jaewook Kim
    • , Yanbin Li
    • , Sang-Wook Cheong
    •  & Bruce D. Gaulin
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    Efficient photon pair sources connecting visible and telecommunication spectral regions are essential for viable long-distance fibre optic quantum communication architectures. A nanophotonic device is presented that allows kilometre-scale time–energy entanglement as an application.

    • Xiyuan Lu
    • , Qing Li
    • , Daron A. Westly
    • , Gregory Moille
    • , Anshuman Singh
    • , Vikas Anant
    •  & Kartik Srinivasan
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    Parity-breaking antisymmetric spin exchange interaction is reported in clusters of five qubits within superconducting circuits. This allows the creation of chiral spin dynamics, with potential for future quantum simulations of chiral molecules.

    • Da-Wei Wang
    • , Chao Song
    • , Wei Feng
    • , Han Cai
    • , Da Xu
    • , Hui Deng
    • , Hekang Li
    • , Dongning Zheng
    • , Xiaobo Zhu
    • , H. Wang
    • , Shi-Yao Zhu
    •  & Marlan O. Scully
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    A spectroscopic study of strontium titanate provides a method for transferring the vibrational energy of a low-frequency phonon mode to higher-frequency modes, with the potential to access elusive ‘silent’ modes.

    • M. Kozina
    • , M. Fechner
    • , P. Marsik
    • , T. van Driel
    • , J. M. Glownia
    • , C. Bernhard
    • , M. Radovic
    • , D. Zhu
    • , S. Bonetti
    • , U. Staub
    •  & M. C. Hoffmann
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    Changes in membrane curvature influence how migrating cells navigate their environment. Experiments and modelling reveal that dynamic reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton in response to these changes provides cells with a sensing mechanism.

    • Tianchi Chen
    • , Andrew Callan-Jones
    • , Eduard Fedorov
    • , Andrea Ravasio
    • , Agustí Brugués
    • , Hui Ting Ong
    • , Yusuke Toyama
    • , Boon Chuan Low
    • , Xavier Trepat
    • , Tom Shemesh
    • , Raphaël Voituriez
    •  & Benoît Ladoux
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    A major challenge for achieving useful thermonuclear fusion regimes is heating plasma to reactive temperature conditions. It is demonstrated experimentally how energetic ions, generated via neutral beam injection, can be exploited for this process.

    • R. M. Magee
    • , A. Necas
    • , R. Clary
    • , S. Korepanov
    • , S. Nicks
    • , T. Roche
    • , M. C. Thompson
    • , M. W. Binderbauer
    •  & T. Tajima
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    While topological states are often characterized by their global properties related to the topological invariants, the introduced real-space topological markers provide new insights to these states.

    • M. D. Caio
    • , G. Möller
    • , N. R. Cooper
    •  & M. J. Bhaseen
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    Ferromagnetism is observed at ferroelastic domain walls in strontium titanate and its heterostructures with other oxides. Applying strain can reverse the magnetism. This suggests the possibility of device engineering using domain walls.

    • D. V. Christensen
    • , Y. Frenkel
    • , Y. Z. Chen
    • , Y. W. Xie
    • , Z. Y. Chen
    • , Y. Hikita
    • , A. Smith
    • , L. Klein
    • , H. Y. Hwang
    • , N. Pryds
    •  & B. Kalisky
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    Accurately capturing both microscopic and mesoscopic properties of fluid–gas interfaces is a long-standing challenge. Now, a microscopic theory of correlation functions that can be scaled up to explain mesoscopic surface tension phenomena is put forward.

    • A. O. Parry
    •  & C. Rascón
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    Artificial spin-ice materials are usually described by spins that are either up or down. Here, a new type of spin ice is fabricated where the spins can be in one of three states with different coexisting phases separated by a first-order transition.

    • Joseph Sklenar
    • , Yuyang Lao
    • , Alan Albrecht
    • , Justin D. Watts
    • , Cristiano Nisoli
    • , Gia-Wei Chern
    •  & Peter Schiffer
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    A study of how single C. elegans cells establish the polarity required for cell division reveals a general principle for pattern formation in living systems controlled by biochemical cues.

    • Peter Gross
    • , K. Vijay Kumar
    • , Nathan W. Goehring
    • , Justin S. Bois
    • , Carsten Hoege
    • , Frank Jülicher
    •  & Stephan W. Grill
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    A polariton is a hybrid excitation resulting from strong light–matter coupling. The magneto-transport measurements have now revealed the crucial role played by its electronic component.

    • Gian L. Paravicini-Bagliani
    • , Felice Appugliese
    • , Eli Richter
    • , Federico Valmorra
    • , Janine Keller
    • , Mattias Beck
    • , Nicola Bartolo
    • , Clemens Rössler
    • , Thomas Ihn
    • , Klaus Ensslin
    • , Cristiano Ciuti
    • , Giacomo Scalari
    •  & Jérôme Faist
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    A dynamic dependency framework describes general interdependent and competitive interactions between nodes in multilayer networks and is used to study spreading phenomena.

    • Michael M. Danziger
    • , Ivan Bonamassa
    • , Stefano Boccaletti
    •  & Shlomo Havlin
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    The origin of size-dependent shifts of surface plasmon resonances in metal nanoparticles has been controversial for decades. A combined experimental and theoretical study on silver samples and their environments now provides a quantitative picture.

    • Alfredo Campos
    • , Nicolas Troc
    • , Emmanuel Cottancin
    • , Michel Pellarin
    • , Hans-Christian Weissker
    • , Jean Lermé
    • , Mathieu Kociak
    •  & Matthias Hillenkamp
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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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.

    • Jong-Kyu Park
    • , YoungMu Jeon
    • , Yongkyoon In
    • , Joon-Wook Ahn
    • , Raffi Nazikian
    • , Gunyoung Park
    • , Jaehyun Kim
    • , HyungHo Lee
    • , WonHa Ko
    • , Hyun-Seok Kim
    • , Nikolas C. Logan
    • , Zhirui Wang
    • , Eliot A. Feibush
    • , Jonathan E. Menard
    •  & Michael C. Zarnstroff
  • Article |

    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.

    • Stefan Imhof
    • , Christian Berger
    • , Florian Bayer
    • , Johannes Brehm
    • , Laurens W. Molenkamp
    • , Tobias Kiessling
    • , Frank Schindler
    • , Ching Hua Lee
    • , Martin Greiter
    • , Titus Neupert
    •  & Ronny Thomale
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    Quantum fluctuations in space and time can now be directly imaged using a scanning superconducting quantum interference device. The technique allows access to the local dynamics of a system close to a quantum phase transition.

    • A. Kremen
    • , H. Khan
    • , Y. L. Loh
    • , T. I. Baturina
    • , N. Trivedi
    • , A. Frydman
    •  & B. Kalisky
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    A highly precise measurement of an optical transition in the helium atom has been obtained using state-of-the-art techniques. The result provides a stringent test of QED theory at low energy levels with tools of atomic physics.

    • R. J. Rengelink
    • , Y. van der Werf
    • , R. P. M. J. W. Notermans
    • , R. Jannin
    • , K. S. E. Eikema
    • , M. D. Hoogerland
    •  & W. Vassen
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    The physical conditions that support a geometric interpretation of spacetime, such as the equivalence between rest and inertial mass, are shown not to be necessarily valid in the quantum regime, and a quantum formulation is provided.

    • Magdalena Zych
    •  & Časlav Brukner
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    The Kerr and Faraday effects enable routing of light in an applied magnetic field. Now a new class of magneto-optical phenomena is proposed and demonstrated in which light emission is controlled perpendicular to the external magnetic field.

    • F. Spitzer
    • , A. N. Poddubny
    • , I. A. Akimov
    • , V. F. Sapega
    • , L. Klompmaker
    • , L. E. Kreilkamp
    • , L. V. Litvin
    • , R. Jede
    • , G. Karczewski
    • , M. Wiater
    • , T. Wojtowicz
    • , D. R. Yakovlev
    •  & M. Bayer
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    Electrical transport measurements reveal that Co3Sn2S2 is probably a magnetic Weyl semimetal, and hosts the highest simultaneous anomalous Hall conductivity and anomalous Hall angle. This is driven by the strong Berry curvature near the Weyl points.

    • Enke Liu
    • , Yan Sun
    • , Nitesh Kumar
    • , Lukas Muechler
    • , Aili Sun
    • , Lin Jiao
    • , Shuo-Ying Yang
    • , Defa Liu
    • , Aiji Liang
    • , Qiunan Xu
    • , Johannes Kroder
    • , Vicky Süß
    • , Horst Borrmann
    • , Chandra Shekhar
    • , Zhaosheng Wang
    • , Chuanying Xi
    • , Wenhong Wang
    • , Walter Schnelle
    • , Steffen Wirth
    • , Yulin Chen
    • , Sebastian T. B. Goennenwein
    •  & Claudia Felser
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    Inspired to methods developed for the study of complex systems, a framework for predicting gross domestic product growth outperforms the accuracy of the five-year forecast of the International Monetary Fund.

    • A. Tacchella
    • , D. Mazzilli
    •  & L. Pietronero
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    The study of the band structure and crystal symmetry of the semimetal bismuth indicates that this material is a higher-order topological insulator hosting robust one-dimensional metallic states on the hinges of the crystal.

    • 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
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    The authors study intermolecular Coulomb decay that occurs in a sample of THF and water in a reaction microscope employing triple-coincidence measurements of two ions and one electron. They find that ICD is a previously unconsidered effect between water and other organic molecules that are hydrogen-bonded, with ICD outpacing proton transfer.

    • Xueguang Ren
    • , Enliang Wang
    • , Anna D. Skitnevskaya
    • , Alexander B. Trofimov
    • , Kirill Gokhberg
    •  & Alexander Dorn
  • Article |

    A generalized Mott-insulating state is found theoretically starting from a holographic model. The state has features in common with the conventional variety, and upon doping shares striking similarities with the stripe phases found in cuprates.

    • Tomas Andrade
    • , Alexander Krikun
    • , Koenraad Schalm
    •  & Jan Zaanen
  • Article |

    A mechanical-mediated quantum-compatible microwave–optical converter achieves high efficiency through a feed-forward protocol that harnesses correlations in the output noise.

    • A. P. Higginbotham
    • , P. S. Burns
    • , M. D. Urmey
    • , R. W. Peterson
    • , N. S. Kampel
    • , B. M. Brubaker
    • , G. Smith
    • , K. W. Lehnert
    •  & C. A. Regal
  • Article |

    Certification of high-dimensional entanglement is required for improved quantum communication protocols, and is now shown to be achievable in an efficient manner by measuring quantum states twice in two different bases.

    • Jessica Bavaresco
    • , Natalia Herrera Valencia
    • , Claude Klöckl
    • , Matej Pivoluska
    • , Paul Erker
    • , Nicolai Friis
    • , Mehul Malik
    •  & Marcus Huber
  • Article |

    A violation of Lorentz symmetry would represent a fundamental departure from the physics of the standard model. Searching for anomalous neutrino oscillations, the IceCube collaboration reports no violation, and puts stringent bounds on its existence.

    • M. G. Aartsen
    • , G. C. Hill
    • , A. Kyriacou
    • , S. Robertson
    • , A. Wallace
    • , B. J. Whelan
    • , M. Ackermann
    • , E. Bernardini
    • , S. Blot
    • , F. Bradascio
    • , H.-P. Bretz
    • , J. Brostean-Kaiser
    • , A. Franckowiak
    • , E. Jacobi
    • , T. Karg
    • , T. Kintscher
    • , S. Kunwar
    • , R. Nahnhauer
    • , K. Satalecka
    • , C. Spiering
    • , J. Stachurska
    • , A. Stasik
    • , N. L. Strotjohann
    • , A. Terliuk
    • , M. Usner
    • , J. van Santen
    • , J. Adams
    • , H. Bagherpour
    • , J. A. Aguilar
    • , I. Ansseau
    • , D. Heereman
    • , K. Meagher
    • , T. Meures
    • , A. O’Murchadha
    • , E. Pinat
    • , C. Raab
    • , M. Ahlers
    • , E. Bourbeau
    • , D. J. Koskinen
    • , M. J. Larson
    • , M. Medici
    • , M. Rameez
    • , T. Stuttard
    • , M. Ahrens
    • , C. Bohm
    • , J. P. Dumm
    • , C. Finley
    • , S. Flis
    • , K. Hultqvist
    • , C. Walck
    • , M. Zoll
    • , I. Al Samarai
    • , S. Bron
    • , T. Carver
    • , A. Christov
    • , T. Montaruli
    • , D. Altmann
    • , G. Anton
    • , T. Glüsenkamp
    • , U. Katz
    • , T. Kittler
    • , M. Tselengidou
    • , K. Andeen
    • , M. Plum
    • , T. Anderson
    • , J. J. DeLaunay
    • , M. Dunkman
    • , P. Eller
    • , F. Huang
    • , A. Keivani
    • , J. L. Lanfranchi
    • , D. V. Pankova
    • , G. Tešić
    • , C. F. Turley
    • , M. J. Weiss
    • , C. Argüelles
    • , S. Axani
    • , G. H. Collin
    • , J. M. Conrad
    • , M. Moulai
    • , J. Auffenberg
    • , M. Brenzke
    • , T. Glauch
    • , C. Haack
    • , P. Kalaczynski
    • , J. P. Koschinsky
    • , M. Leuermann
    • , L. Rädel
    • , R. Reimann
    • , M. Rongen
    • , T. Sälzer
    • , S. Schoenen
    • , L. Schumacher
    • , J. Stettner
    • , M. Vehring
    • , E. Vogel
    • , M. Wallraff
    • , A. Waza
    • , C. H. Wiebusch
    • , X. Bai
    • , E. Dvorak
    • , J. P. Barron
    • , W. Giang
    • , D. Grant
    • , C. Kopper
    • , R. W. Moore
    • , S. C. Nowicki
    • , S. E. Sanchez Herrera
    • , S. Sarkar
    • , F. D. Wandler
    • , C. Weaver
    • , T. R. Wood
    • , E. Woolsey
    • , J. P. Yanez
    • , S. W. Barwick
    • , G. Yodh
    • , V. Baum
    • , S. Böser
    • , V. di Lorenzo
    • , B. Eberhardt
    • , T. Ehrhardt
    • , L. Köpke
    • , G. Krückl
    • , G. Momenté
    • , P. Peiffer
    • , J. Sandroos
    • , A. Steuer
    • , K. Wiebe
    • , R. Bay
    • , K. Filimonov
    • , P. B. Price
    • , K. Woschnagg
    • , J. J. Beatty
    • , J. Becker Tjus
    • , F. Bos
    • , B. Eichmann
    • , M. Kroll
    • , S. Schöneberg
    • , F. Tenholt
    • , K.-H. Becker
    • , D. Bindig
    • , K. Helbing
    • , S. Hickford
    • , R. Hoffmann
    • , F. Lauber
    • , U. Naumann
    • , A. Obertacke Pollmann
    • , D. Soldin
    • , S. BenZvi
    • , R. Cross
    • , D. Berley
    • , E. Blaufuss
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