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New maze-like beamsplitter is world's smallest

Device could be used for "light-speed" photonic computing

Nanomachine pumps molecules 'uphill'

New molecular machine is inspired by those found in nature

Spin currents endure at room temperature in germanium

Magnetic measurement could boost the fortunes of spintronics

Fermionic microscope sees first light

How to clearly image 1000 individual ultracold atoms in a cloud

Polariton refrigerator could chill tiny semiconductor devices

Physicists show that quasiparticles are very good at removing heat

Electron pairing without superconductivity seen at long last

Tiny transistor reveals electrons marching two by two

Swirling light beams carve intricate patterns

Logarithmic spirals could further our understanding of light

Silicon 'nanoneedles' deliver nanodots and nucleic acids

Biocompatible structures could help reconstruct damaged tissue and nerves

New state of matter found in crystal made from buckyballs

Molecular lattice also harbours unconventional superconductor

Portable 'battlefield MRI' comes out of the lab

Ultralow-field device could aid soldiers and developing-world field hospitals

Secret of record-breaking superconductor explained

Conventional electron–phonon superconductivity endures to a temperature of 190 K in hydrogen sulphide

Tunable plasmon laser could sniff out cancer

Liquid gain material could turn tiny lasers into chemical and biological sensors

Carbon nanotubes bring aircraft manufacturing out of the oven

Technique efficiently cures large industrial parts made of polymeric materials

Physicists generate electrical currents from noise

Quantum dots put voltage fluctuations to work

Scientists reveal how a sea sponge gets its remarkable strength

Fibres made of concentric cylinders help creature cling to the sea floor