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Scilight 2020, 291101 (2020)

The Electronic Structure Library (ESL) has created an effective collaboration platform for a better way to develop software that utilizes electronic structure theory.

Scilight 2020, 291102 (2020)

The design scheme uses concepts from thermodynamics and circuit theory to build metamaterials whose coupled thermal and electric currents can be independently controlled.

Scilight 2020, 291103 (2020)

The nucleation occurs at temperatures higher than expected and with the homogeneous orientation of the ice crystals determined by the polarization of the laser.

Scilight 2020, 291104 (2020)

Damaging crystals with large electric fields provides clues to crystalline structure.

Scilight 2020, 291105 (2020)

When solar irradiance is enhanced past the expected clear sky conditions, it may be beyond the operating limits of photovoltaic generators.

Scilight 2020, 291106 (2020)

Organ-on-a-chip is an emerging technology with the potential to revolutionize various medical industries, but its real-world applications are hampered by challenges.

Scilight 2020, 291107 (2020)

Long-range charge transport, mode-selective excitation and electron-phonon coupling in crystals are among the new insights this chemically-specific vibrational technique looks to yield.

Scilight 2020, 291108 (2020)

60 days of stability demonstrated with a monolithic artificial iconic memory device fabricated in a low-cost fashion with perovskite-metal multilayers.

Scilight 2020, 291109 (2020)

By a “transfer of epitaxy,” a catalyst that is well-aligned with a 2D material like graphene encourages a growing crystal to inherit its orientation.

Scilight 2020, 291110 (2020)

Illuminated and operando atomic force microscopy techniques are addressed for their potential in photoelectrochemical devices and solar fuel research.

Scilight 2020, 291111 (2020)

Using the random orientation of the magnetization of a ferromagnetic dot after the removal of a current pulse, researchers developed a method of generating a cryptographic key for hardware security using spin-orbit torque.

Scilight 2020, 291112 (2020)

A single molecular layer of cobalt tetraphenylporphyrin grown on top of an iron substrate is exposed to oxygen to investigate the limits of molecule/substrate magnetic coupling.

Scilight 2020, 291113 (2020)

Hole doping can introduce ferromagnetism to the most stable forms of 2D gallium and indium oxides, Ga2O3and In2O3, for spintronics applications.

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