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Superconductivity and Charge Density Waves Caught Intertwining at the Nanoscale
The new understanding could help lead to the next generation of electronics and computers.
Unraveling a Perplexing Explosive Process That Occurs Throughout the Universe
The magnetic fields are so strong that they turn the vacuum in space into an exotic plasma composed of matter and anti-matter in the form of pairs.
Mystery Mechanism in Small Peptide Shows Big Promise for Fighting Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Antimicrobial peptides block bacterial infections by targeting their membranes with the help of electrostatic and hydrophobic forces.
Amazon Web Services Joins Q-NEXT Quantum Center
A leading technology company will contribute to quantum communication research at Argonne-led center.

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New Theory Promises to Reshape How We Think About Polymer Superstructures
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst can now accurately predict how double-gyroid networks form.
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Soil Microbes Use Different Pathways to Metabolize Carbon
New evidence from Northern Arizona U suggests that microbes in different soils use different biochemical pathways to process nutrients, respire & grow
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Engineering Graduate Student Awarded Prestigious Fellowship
Tristan Maxson was chosen for a national fellowship for computational researchers, becoming the first UA student to receive the highly selective award
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New Qubit Platform Could Transform Quantum Information Science and Technology
Research from Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago scientists marks another step in quest for an ideal quantum bit.
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