Physical sciences

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    Designing efficient light-emitting diodes with full-color-tunability and white-light-emission remains a challenge. Here, the authors demonstrate a multifunctional hybrid tandem LED by stacking a yellow quantum-dot LED with a blue organic LED using an indium–zinc oxide intermediate connecting electrode.

    • Heng Zhang
    • , Qiang Su
    •  & Shuming Chen
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    Large-scale production of fibers from two dimensional materials opens a pathway to promising applications. Here the authors report meter-long MXene fibers with high electrical conductivity that are fabricated via continuous wet spinning and demonstrated in electrical wires.

    • Wonsik Eom
    • , Hwansoo Shin
    • , Rohan B. Ambade
    • , Sang Hoon Lee
    • , Ki Hyun Lee
    • , Dong Jun Kang
    •  & Tae Hee Han
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    Label-free trapping of nanoparticles via dielectophoretic forces is traditionally done with electrodes in a horizontal gap layout. Here, the authors present a vertical nanogap architecture, which allows for precise capture and spatiotemporal manipulation of nanoparticles and molecular assemblies.

    • Eui-Sang Yu
    • , Hyojin Lee
    • , Sun-Mi Lee
    • , Jiwon Kim
    • , Taehyun Kim
    • , Jongsu Lee
    • , Chulki Kim
    • , Minah Seo
    • , Jae Hun Kim
    • , Young Tae Byun
    • , Seung-Chul Park
    • , Seung-Yeol Lee
    • , Sin-Doo Lee
    •  & Yong-Sang Ryu
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    There is growing interest in non-traditional materials for logic applications. Here, the authors demonstrate a domain device architecture based on ferroelectric LiNbO3 crystals with gate voltage controlled transistor without subthreshold swing and source voltage controlled nonvolatile transistor.

    • Xiaojie Chai
    • , Jun Jiang
    • , Qinghua Zhang
    • , Xu Hou
    • , Fanqi Meng
    • , Jie Wang
    • , Lin Gu
    • , David Wei Zhang
    •  & An Quan Jiang
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    Phosphor-glass/ceramic composites are attractive for high-power white light-emitting diodes, but interfacial reaction leads to loss of quantum efficiency. Here the authors report a reduction sintering method for embedment of phosphors into silica glass with limited interfacial reaction.

    • Dao Zhang
    • , Wenge Xiao
    • , Chang Liu
    • , Xiaofeng Liu
    • , Jinjun Ren
    • , Beibei Xu
    •  & Jianrong Qiu
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    Porous coordination frameworks that undergo reversible structural transformations are promising for sensing, switching and separations. Here, the authors report an electroactive framework that exhibits a reversible single crystal-to-single crystal double [2+2] photocyclisation, leading to property changes.

    • Dylan A. Sherman
    • , Ryuichi Murase
    • , Samuel G. Duyker
    • , Qinyi Gu
    • , William Lewis
    • , Teng Lu
    • , Yun Liu
    •  & Deanna M. D’Alessandro
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    Resolving concerted nuclear and electronic motion in real-time is a primary goal in chemistry. The authors monitor nuclear and valence electronic dynamics in the excited state single-bond isomerisation of a chromophore of photoactive yellow protein, using time-resolved photoelectron imaging and electronic structure calculations.

    • Cate S. Anstöter
    • , Basile F. E. Curchod
    •  & Jan R. R. Verlet
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    Understanding lithium ion dynamics holds the key to unlocking better battery materials and devices. Here, by combining electron energy-loss spectroscopy and machine learning, the authors reveal how lithium is extracted from LiCoO2 cathode used in a solid-state battery.

    • Yuki Nomura
    • , Kazuo Yamamoto
    • , Mikiya Fujii
    • , Tsukasa Hirayama
    • , Emiko Igaki
    •  & Koh Saitoh
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    First-principles calculations can help design and understand the behaviour of quantum technologies, but this requires the development of accurate methods to predict material properties. Here the authors present a method for calculating the spin-phonon relaxation time of general systems, a key quantity for spintronic devices.

    • Junqing Xu
    • , Adela Habib
    • , Sushant Kumar
    • , Feng Wu
    • , Ravishankar Sundararaman
    •  & Yuan Ping
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    Sequestration of reactants in lipid vesicles is a strategy prevalent in biological systems to raise the rate and specificity of chemical reactions. Here, the authors show that micelle-assisted reactions facilitate native chemical ligation between a peptide-thioester and a Cys-peptide modified by a lipid-like moiety.

    • Shuaijiang Jin
    • , Roberto J. Brea
    • , Andrew K. Rudd
    • , Stuart P. Moon
    • , Matthew R. Pratt
    •  & Neal K. Devaraj
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    Plasma can act as strong nonlinear refractive index medium that can be exploited to downshift the frequency of a laser pulse. Here, the authors show the generation of single-cycle tunable infrared pulses using strong density gradients associated with laser-produced wakes in plasmas.

    • Zan Nie
    • , Chih-Hao Pai
    • , Jie Zhang
    • , Xiaonan Ning
    • , Jianfei Hua
    • , Yunxiao He
    • , Yipeng Wu
    • , Qianqian Su
    • , Shuang Liu
    • , Yue Ma
    • , Zhi Cheng
    • , Wei Lu
    • , Hsu-Hsin Chu
    • , Jyhpyng Wang
    • , Chaojie Zhang
    • , Warren B. Mori
    •  & Chan Joshi
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    Oxidative stress is involved in several diseases and is a target for intervention. Here, the authors report on the synthesis of ultrasmall copper-based nanozymes as reactive oxygen species scavengers and demonstrate improved treatment outcomes in acute liver and kidney injury and wound healing in vivo.

    • Tengfei Liu
    • , Bowen Xiao
    • , Fei Xiang
    • , Jianglin Tan
    • , Zhuo Chen
    • , Xiaorong Zhang
    • , Chengzhou Wu
    • , Zhengwei Mao
    • , Gaoxing Luo
    • , Xiaoyuan Chen
    •  & Jun Deng
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    Switching of nonlinear optical signals is attractive for photoelectronics and photonics, but development is hindered by a lack of control over the switch temperature. Here the authors report a coordination polymer system that serves as an alloy-like nonlinear optical switch with a tunable switch temperature.

    • Shi-Yong Zhang
    • , Xia Shu
    • , Ying Zeng
    • , Qing-Yan Liu
    • , Zi-Yi Du
    • , Chun-Ting He
    • , Wei-Xiong Zhang
    •  & Xiao-Ming Chen
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    Methods for direct incorporation of tri- and di-fluoroethanol units in molecules are relatively limited. Here, the authors report two organosilicon reagents which are applied to allylation, alkylation and alkenylation reactions as tri- and di-fluoroethanol transfer reagents.

    • Xiang Chen
    • , Xingxing Gong
    • , Zhengyu Li
    • , Gang Zhou
    • , Zhihong Zhu
    • , Weilu Zhang
    • , Shanshan Liu
    •  & Xiao Shen
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    | Open Access

    The ability to discover and optimise the synthesis of inorganic nanomaterials has significant impact on various fields, from sensing to medicine. Here, the authors use a genetic algorithm to drive a robotic platform toward a pre-defined, spectroscopic goal in order to discover and optimise the conditions for several nanoparticle shapes.

    • Daniel Salley
    • , Graham Keenan
    • , Jonathan Grizou
    • , Abhishek Sharma
    • , Sergio Martín
    •  & Leroy Cronin
  • Perspective
    | Open Access

    Different methods are demonstrated in recent years to produce attosecond pulses. Here, the authors discuss recent development and future prospects of the generation of such pulses from gases and solids and their potential applications in spectroscopy and ultrafast dynamics in atoms, molecules and other complex systems.

    • Jie Li
    • , Jian Lu
    • , Andrew Chew
    • , Seunghwoi Han
    • , Jialin Li
    • , Yi Wu
    • , He Wang
    • , Shambhu Ghimire
    •  & Zenghu Chang
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    Emulating the preprocessing abilities of sensory organs and sensory memory at the device level remains a challenge. Here, the authors demonstrate a flexible tactile sensor based on barium titanate nanoparticles in ferroelectric nanocomposite capable of emulating filtering and sensory memory functions.

    • Yu Rim Lee
    • , Tran Quang Trung
    • , Byeong-Ung Hwang
    •  & Nae-Eung Lee
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    Conformational selection is one of the two dominant binding mechanisms in biology, but has rarely been studied in synthetic systems. Here, the authors report a supramolecular system that strictly follows the binding mechanism of conformational selection.

    • Liu-Pan Yang
    • , Li Zhang
    • , Mao Quan
    • , Jas S. Ward
    • , Yan-Long Ma
    • , Hang Zhou
    • , Kari Rissanen
    •  & Wei Jiang
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    | Open Access

    Molybdenum disulfide membranes are attractive for filtration of nanoscale species but should be optimized for application. Here, the authors report composite membranes with tunable surface charge, pore size and interlayer spacing, achieving efficient filtration of small-molecule dyes and osmosis.

    • Bedanga Sapkota
    • , Wentao Liang
    • , Armin VahidMohammadi
    • , Rohit Karnik
    • , Aleksandr Noy
    •  & Meni Wanunu
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    Borospherenes are the boron-based analogs of fullerene cages. Here, the authors report a class of Ln3B18 metallo-borospherenes with unusual spherical trihedron geometry, in which the lanthanide atoms surprisingly form a part of the cage surface.

    • Teng-Teng Chen
    • , Wan-Lu Li
    • , Wei-Jia Chen
    • , Xiao-Hu Yu
    • , Xin-Ran Dong
    • , Jun Li
    •  & Lai-Sheng Wang
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    | Open Access

    Graphene networks have been used to reinforce polymer and ceramic composites, but connecting graphene into a three dimensional network in a metal matrix is challenging. Here the authors use a powder-metallurgy-based strategy to construct a three-dimensional graphene network reinforced copper matrix composite.

    • Xiang Zhang
    • , Yixin Xu
    • , Miaocao Wang
    • , Enzuo Liu
    • , Naiqin Zhao
    • , Chunsheng Shi
    • , Dong Lin
    • , Fulong Zhu
    •  & Chunnian He
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    | Open Access

    Cryo-electron microscopy is widely employed in structural biology and uses phase contrast imaging. Here, the authors employ electron ptychography, a quantitative phase retrieval method for high-contrast, low-dose phase imaging of cryo-state rotavirus and immature HIV-1 virus-like particles, and show that electron ptychography is more efficient for phase recovery than conventional phase contrast imaging.

    • Liqi Zhou
    • , Jingdong Song
    • , Judy S. Kim
    • , Xudong Pei
    • , Chen Huang
    • , Mark Boyce
    • , Luiza Mendonça
    • , Daniel Clare
    • , Alistair Siebert
    • , Christopher S. Allen
    • , Emanuela Liberti
    • , David Stuart
    • , Xiaoqing Pan
    • , Peter D. Nellist
    • , Peijun Zhang
    • , Angus I. Kirkland
    •  & Peng Wang
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    | Open Access

    While organisms like squid can adaptively modulate the optical properties of their tissues, human cells lack analogous abilities. Here the authors engineer human cells to produce protein architectures with tunable light scattering functionalities.

    • Atrouli Chatterjee
    • , Juana Alejandra Cerna Sanchez
    • , Toyohiko Yamauchi
    • , Vanessa Taupin
    • , Justin Couvrette
    •  & Alon A. Gorodetsky
  • Perspective
    | Open Access

    As the field of metal-organic frameworks is maturing, understanding the dynamics of open frameworks is progressing and rational approaches are under development. Here, the authors outline challenges and potential routes to engineering the spatio-temporal evolution of dynamic metal-organic frameworks.

    • Jack D. Evans
    • , Volodymyr Bon
    • , Irena Senkovska
    • , Hui-Chun Lee
    •  & Stefan Kaskel
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    Electronics and magnetic phase transitions typically do not involve mechanical degrees of freedom directly, but their impact on thermodynamic properties affects the mechanical response of a material. Here the authors show that resonators made from 2D materials exhibit anomalies at phase transitions.

    • Makars Šiškins
    • , Martin Lee
    • , Samuel Mañas-Valero
    • , Eugenio Coronado
    • , Yaroslav M. Blanter
    • , Herre S. J. van der Zant
    •  & Peter G. Steeneken
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    | Open Access

    Benzylic oxygenation of methylarenes is a direct but challenging method for aldehyde synthesis from simple starting materials. Here, the authors show an electrochemical, site-selective method for the oxidation of methyl benzoheterocycles to aromatic acetals without using chemical oxidants or transition metal catalysts.

    • Peng Xiong
    • , Huai-Bo Zhao
    • , Xue-Ting Fan
    • , Liang-Hua Jie
    • , Hao Long
    • , Pin Xu
    • , Zhan-Jiang Liu
    • , Zheng-Jian Wu
    • , Jun Cheng
    •  & Hai-Chao Xu
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    | Open Access

    The benign nature of defects in lead halide perovskites is widely regarded as the basis for their outstanding optoelectronic properties. Here Righetto et al. overthrew this perception, revealing the defects’ surprising potency to hot carriers and devised a strategy to suppress them.

    • Marcello Righetto
    • , Swee Sien Lim
    • , David Giovanni
    • , Jia Wei Melvin Lim
    • , Qiannan Zhang
    • , Sankaran Ramesh
    • , Yong Kang Eugene Tay
    •  & Tze Chien Sum
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    | Open Access

    Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are so sensitive to electron beams that it is challenging to atomically image their structures by electron microscopy. Here, the authors use the integrated differential phase contrast technique in STEM to achieve the low-dose imaging of a beam-sensitive MOF, revealing its detailed local structure.

    • Boyuan Shen
    • , Xiao Chen
    • , Kui Shen
    • , Hao Xiong
    •  & Fei Wei
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    Catenated cages are challenging synthetic targets in chemistry. Here, the authors employ a multi-component coordination strategy using a Pt(II) heteroligation to construct a cyclic bis[2]catenane metallacage, which could be reversibly transformed between the catenated structure and the bis-metallacage.

    • Yiliang Wang
    • , Yicheng Zhang
    • , Zhixuan Zhou
    • , Ryan T. Vanderlinden
    • , Bin Li
    • , Bo Song
    • , Xiaopeng Li
    • , Lei Cui
    • , Jian Li
    • , Xueshun Jia
    • , Jianhui Fang
    • , Chunju Li
    •  & Peter J. Stang
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    | Open Access

    Superplasticity at high strain rates is challenging to achieve in high strength materials. Here, the authors show superplastic elongation in excess of 2000% in a high entropy alloy nanostructured by high-pressure torsion.

    • Nhung Thi-Cam Nguyen
    • , Peyman Asghari-Rad
    • , Praveen Sathiyamoorthi
    • , Alireza Zargaran
    • , Chong Soo Lee
    •  & Hyoung Seop Kim
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    Achieving ultrastrong coupling requires demanding experimental conditions such as cryogenic temperatures, strong magnetic fields, and high vacuum. Here, the authors use plasmon-microcavity polaritons to achieve ultrastrong coupling at ambient conditions and without the use of magnetic fields.

    • Denis G. Baranov
    • , Battulga Munkhbat
    • , Elena Zhukova
    • , Ankit Bisht
    • , Adriana Canales
    • , Benjamin Rousseaux
    • , Göran Johansson
    • , Tomasz J. Antosiewicz
    •  & Timur Shegai
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    | Open Access

    Long-term service stability of thermoelectric devices is one of the major obstacles for their application. Here, the authors combine interfacial reaction energy and Sb migration activation energy barrier as a criterion to determine the interfacial reliability for skutterudite thermoelectric devices.

    • Jing Chu
    • , Jian Huang
    • , Ruiheng Liu
    • , Jincheng Liao
    • , Xugui Xia
    • , Qihao Zhang
    • , Chao Wang
    • , Ming Gu
    • , Shengqiang Bai
    • , Xun Shi
    •  & Lidong Chen
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    | Open Access

    Girder design for suspension bridges has remained largely unchanged for the past 60 years. Here, the authors present a design resulting in weight savings in excess of 28% while maintaining manufacturability, thus closing the gap towards super-long suspension bridges.

    • Mads Baandrup
    • , Ole Sigmund
    • , Henrik Polk
    •  & Niels Aage
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    | Open Access

    Producing H2 from water using electricity and earth-abundant elements is necessary for worldwide renewable fuel production, yet most electrocatalysts have sluggish activities or poor stabilities. Here, authors show vanadium oxide modified copper-doped nickel to enable active and durable H2 evolution.

    • Yibing Li
    • , Xin Tan
    • , Rosalie K. Hocking
    • , Xin Bo
    • , Hangjuan Ren
    • , Bernt Johannessen
    • , Sean C. Smith
    •  & Chuan Zhao
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Direct observation of the atomic and electronic structure of a single-atom catalyst is essential. Here, the authors report an oxyhydroxide stabilized iridium catalyst with superior oxygen evolution catalytic activity and identify the isolated iridium sites which promote the H2O attack and O–O coupling.

    • Kang Jiang
    • , Min Luo
    • , Ming Peng
    • , Yaqian Yu
    • , Ying-Rui Lu
    • , Ting-Shan Chan
    • , Pan Liu
    • , Frank M. F. de Groot
    •  & Yongwen Tan
  • Article
    | Open Access

    It is desired to design cathode interfacial layers to simultaneously improve the efficiency and stability of organic solar cells and tune the cathode properties. Here, Yao et al. develop such interfacial layers for the best donor-acceptor system and achieve a high certified efficiency close to 17%.

    • Jia Yao
    • , Beibei Qiu
    • , Zhi-Guo Zhang
    • , Lingwei Xue
    • , Rui Wang
    • , Chunfeng Zhang
    • , Shanshan Chen
    • , Qiuju Zhou
    • , Chenkai Sun
    • , Changduk Yang
    • , Min Xiao
    • , Lei Meng
    •  & Yongfang Li
  • Article
    | Open Access

    To realize organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) with improved resolution for display applications, a method for achieving high yield device fabrication is needed. Here, the authors report vertically-stacked transistor-driven full-color OLEDs with photolithography-processed intermediate electrodes.

    • Sukyung Choi
    • , Chan-mo Kang
    • , Chun-Won Byun
    • , Hyunsu Cho
    • , Byoung-Hwa Kwon
    • , Jun-Han Han
    • , Jong-Heon Yang
    • , Jin-Wook Shin
    • , Chi-Sun Hwang
    • , Nam Sung Cho
    • , Kang Me Lee
    • , Hee-Ok Kim
    • , Eungjun Kim
    • , Seunghyup Yoo
    •  & Hyunkoo Lee
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Injury of corpus cavernosa results in erectile dysfunction, and repair leading to restoration of function is difficult. Here the authors construct 3D printed hydrogel constructs seeded with HIF-1α-expressing muscle derived stem cells to restore corpus function in a rabbit model.

    • Geng An
    • , Feixiang Guo
    • , Xuemin Liu
    • , Zhifang Wang
    • , Ye Zhu
    • , Yong Fan
    • , Chengkai Xuan
    • , Yan Li
    • , Hongkai Wu
    • , Xuetao Shi
    •  & Chuanbin Mao
  • Article
    | Open Access

    The systemic risk of real-world financial networks is understudied. Here the authors focused on the guarantee network among Chinese firms and found that the global financial crisis during 2007-2008 and economic policies in the aftermath had significant influence on the evolution of guarantee network structure.

    • Yingli Wang
    • , Qingpeng Zhang
    •  & Xiaoguang Yang
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    | Open Access

    Tin based perovskite solar cells could be promising replacements for lead based counterparts due to their lower toxicity, but their efficiencies are much lower. Here, Liu et al. report stable tin based perovskite solar cells with efficiency over 10% by designing amorphous-polycrystalline nanostructures.

    • Xiao Liu
    • , Yanbo Wang
    • , Tianhao Wu
    • , Xin He
    • , Xiangyue Meng
    • , Julien Barbaud
    • , Han Chen
    • , Hiroshi Segawa
    • , Xudong Yang
    •  & Liyuan Han
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    | Open Access

    Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) is a leading technique in biosensing. Here the authors identify an ECL generation mechanism near the electrode surface, which they exploit in combination with the use of branched amine coreactants to improve the ECL signal beyond the state-of-the-art immunoassays.

    • Alessandra Zanut
    • , Andrea Fiorani
    • , Sofia Canola
    • , Toshiro Saito
    • , Nicole Ziebart
    • , Stefania Rapino
    • , Sara Rebeccani
    • , Antonio Barbon
    • , Takashi Irie
    • , Hans-Peter Josel
    • , Fabrizia Negri
    • , Massimo Marcaccio
    • , Michaela Windfuhr
    • , Kyoko Imai
    • , Giovanni Valenti
    •  & Francesco Paolucci
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    | Open Access

    Dioxolenium ion intermediates formed from remote positions are hypothesized to direct stereoselective glycosylations. Herein we combine infrared ion spectroscopy, DFT calculations and synthetic work to characterize and study these dioxolenium ions and their role in stereoselective glycosylation reactions.

    • Thomas Hansen
    • , Hidde Elferink
    • , Jacob M. A. van Hengst
    • , Kas J. Houthuijs
    • , Wouter A. Remmerswaal
    • , Alexandra Kromm
    • , Giel Berden
    • , Stefan van der Vorm
    • , Anouk M. Rijs
    • , Hermen S. Overkleeft
    • , Dmitri V. Filippov
    • , Floris P. J. T. Rutjes
    • , Gijsbert A. van der Marel
    • , Jonathan Martens
    • , Jos Oomens
    • , Jeroen D. C. Codée
    •  & Thomas J. Boltje
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Silicon is thought to be brittle, which limits its mechanical application in devices. Here, the authors lithographically fabricate silicon and show its superior surface quality leads to near ideal strength and micron-scale plasticity.

    • Ming Chen
    • , Laszlo Pethö
    • , Alla S. Sologubenko
    • , Huan Ma
    • , Johann Michler
    • , Ralph Spolenak
    •  & Jeffrey M. Wheeler
  • Article
    | Open Access

    Analysing the space-time metric of quantum phenomena is complicated by the absence of a consistent theory of quantum gravity. Here, the authors show how to describe the space-time metric for multiple observers who are keeping time with quantum clocks, which interact gravitationally with each other.

    • Esteban Castro-Ruiz
    • , Flaminia Giacomini
    • , Alessio Belenchia
    •  & Časlav Brukner
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    The assembly of active and self-propelled particles is an emerging strategy to create dynamic materials otherwise impossible. Here, the authors show the assembly of active colloidal molecules with a wide spectrum of new structures and dynamics, conferred to them by highly selective and directional interactions.

    • Zuochen Wang
    • , Zhisheng Wang
    • , Jiahui Li
    • , Changhao Tian
    •  & Yufeng Wang
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    | Open Access

    Increasing the critical current of superconductors has been a central scientific effort, but the fundamental understanding of critical currents near 0 K is lacking. Here, Doron et al. report that in disordered superconductors the critical current near 0 K is well explained by a thermal bi-stability where electrons thermally decouple from phonons in a discontinuous manner.

    • A. Doron
    • , T. Levinson
    • , F. Gorniaczyk
    • , I. Tamir
    •  & D. Shahar
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    | Open Access

    ESCRT-III proteins assemble into ubiquitous membrane-remodeling polymers during many cellular processes. Here, the authors use cryo-ET, cryo-EM and mathematical modeling to reveal how the shape of the helical membrane tube arises from the assembly of two distinct bundles of helical filaments.

    • Joachim Moser von Filseck
    • , Luca Barberi
    • , Nathaniel Talledge
    • , Isabel E. Johnson
    • , Adam Frost
    • , Martin Lenz
    •  & Aurélien Roux
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    | Open Access

    Controlling light with planar elements requires full polarization channels and reconstruction of optical signals. Here, the authors have demonstrated a general method relying on pixelated metasurfaces that enables wavefront shaping with arbitrary output polarization, allowing full utilization of polarization channels.

    • Qinghua Song
    • , Arthur Baroni
    • , Rajath Sawant
    • , Peinan Ni
    • , Virginie Brandli
    • , Sébastien Chenot
    • , Stéphane Vézian
    • , Benjamin Damilano
    • , Philippe de Mierry
    • , Samira Khadir
    • , Patrick Ferrand
    •  & Patrice Genevet