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Dirac Electrons Come Back to Life in Magic-Angle Graphene
14.06.2020

A new symmetry-broken parent state discovered in twisted bilayer graphene

resistance
19.12.2019

New findings present a nuanced picture of electron flow in quantum states

Electron crystal detection with a nanowire
21.11.2019

A quantum solid, made of electrons, had been predicted but never before seen with imaging

Dudovich and group
10.06.2019

A new approach to measuring electrons’ quantum states looks at the tail end of their escape 

electron flow in quantum system
14.02.2019

A Weizmann lab gets particles to move against the direction of an electric current

Heat release in graphene. Zeldov lab
04.01.2018

Ultra-precise measurement of the energy released by electrons in graphene reveal a new atomic scale heating mechanism 

Molecules and electrodes
12.09.2016

How well do molecules conduct electricity?

chiral spin selection
20.06.2016

Biological molecules may hold the key to “spintronic” applications

Prof. Gregory Falkovich. An electric current behaving like a fluid forms a vortex (white arrows) that generates a characteristic circular heat pattern (red and orange)
28.02.2016

Can electrons flow like liquid? 

An electron interferometer: Pairing of electrons takes place in the path denoted by the broken red line
23.02.2015

A puzzling phenomenon is seen for the first time outside of superconductivity

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