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Consortium sets out to build European laser plasma accelerator

EuPRAXIA aims to put compact electron accelerator on scientific facility road map

Quantum filter integrates 20,000 Josephson junctions

SQIFs could be used as radio-frequency detectors

Graphene doped with hydrogen reveals its magnetism

Long-range magnetic order prevalent across the lattice at 5 K

Carbon nanotubes light up on photonic chips

Nanotube-integrated waveguide could easily be adapted into optical circuits of the future

Diamond quantum bit is controlled using light and sound

New control technique could lead to quantum computers made from arrays of nitrogen vacancies

Nanocrystal inks used to build flexible transistors

New device could be used to build flexible or wearable electronics

Adding a topological fold to origami metamaterials

Topological mechanics could play a key role in developing "smart" materials of the future

New gravimeter-on-a-chip is tiny yet extremely sensitive

Device can be made for one thousandth the cost of existing technologies

New radio antenna avoids unwanted signals

Simple, low-cost device could also be used in energy harvesting

Physicists upend conventional wisdom of how paint dries

Analysis identifies how particles separate according to size

Medical imaging could benefit from new X-ray detector

Boost in sensitivity could reduce radiation exposure during CT scans

Origami-inspired metamaterial changes shape and stiffness on command

Structure could have a range of applications, from architecture to medicine

Majorana 'zero modes' spotted in superconducting nanowires

Topological protection could lead to better quantum computers

Fermionic microscope watches individual atoms in transition

Ultracold lithium atoms imaged with single-site and single-particle resolution

Tapping into graphene-oxide's antibacterial properties to fight infections

Material can cut bacterial membranes acting as a "nano-knife"