Giorgio Parisi’s work, which won him a share of the 2021 Nobel Prize in physics, has a surprisingly wide range of applications.
Scientists plan to announce the successful creation of the material in an upcoming paper.
Scientists have crushed the quest for room temperature superconductors, but only at ridiculously high pressures.
The hydrogen compound requires extremely high pressure to maintain its extraordinary properties.
By overlapping materials with periodic properties, scientists can detect features otherwise too small to be seen directly.
Super high-pressure experiments take science to extremes.
Defects in crystals may be useful for designing spintronic devices, which use the magnetic properties of electrons for processing information.
The technique could help scientists better understand why certain materials have the properties they do.
Scientists have just found out that zinc sulfide, a relatively common semiconductor material, becomes pliable when kept in the dark.
Researchers use machine learning to solve the long standing “sign problem” in computational physics.