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Crystal-handedness revealed by twisted electron beams

New electron-microscopy technique could measure chirality of single molecules

Dousing flames with low-frequency sound waves

Prototype device puts out fires without using water or chemicals

Graphene sandwich squares away ice

New research reveals a previously unknown phase of ice

Acoustic topological insulator could hide submarines

Hearing aids could benefit from lattices of rotating cylinders

Diamond bull's-eye collects polarized photons at a rapid rate

Circular grating could give quantum technologies a boost

Nanowire-based electrode could lead to better supercapacitors

Breakthrough could mean smaller and lighter energy-storage systems

How to make droplets chase each other and self-assemble into devices

Simple mixtures of water and food colouring have a rich variety of behaviours

Fractal patterns seen on emerging cancerous cells

Study could point to new ways of preventing some cancers

Graphene quantum dots split Cooper pairs

Quantum computers could benefit from new source of entangled electrons

How to make a tougher quantum computer

Repetitive error correction is achieved with nine quantum bits

Virus mapped in 3D using X-ray pulses

New technique could help combat HIV and influenza

Physicists urged to back plans for Africa's first synchrotron

Rallying cry goes out for an African light source, with South Africa a potential host

Gold nanotubes sizzle cancer cells

Tiny structures could be used to image and destroy tumours

Physicists reveal new way of cooling large objects with light

Demonstration could lead to "stable optical springs" for gravitational-wave detectors

New optical fibre shortens laser pulses the easy way

Kagome structure and noble gas work together to create short, powerful infrared bursts