A novel method to create 3D origami structures was developed using frontal photopolymerization with grayscale light.
High-resolution microscopy of hierarchically organized solid gyroid nanostructures sheds light on the underlying dynamic formation process.
Study of fungal bioluminescence mechanisms generates development of a multicolor enzymatic chemiluminescence system.
The acquisition of a novel tool behavior to drink water spreads culturally through families in wild chimpanzees.
Researchers propose sparse regression for identifying governing partial differential equations for spatiotemporal systems.
We demonstrate diamond-based quantum imaging of the current flow in graphene structures with submicrometer resolution.
Mussels are able to adapt to ocean acidification over multiple generations.
A greener Arctic does not benefit caribou; the shift in tundra vegetation due to warming is associated with declining caribou herds.
The switching probability of spin-orbit torque devices is controlled by the field-like torque, and switching back can occur.
The simplest hydrated HF was realized, whose properties were revealed by x-ray analysis, spectroscopy, and theoretical studies.
DNA origami nanotechnology enables selective reconfiguration of plasmonic quasi-enantiomers through simple pH tuning.
- Maximizing the performance of photothermal actuators by combining smart materials with supplementary advantages
This study demonstrates the use of light colors to selectively actuate micrometer-sized structures.
Inducing atomic chiral currents and magnetic reflection with artificial magnetic fields in fully synthetic lattices.
Giant nonreciprocal transport effect in noncentrosymmetric superconductors is studied both theoretically and experimentally.