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Hydrogel matrix makes superhydrophobic surface

Film could be used as coating on any substrate

Static electricity helps geckos get a grip

Contact electrification was wrongly ignored for decades, say researchers

Modelling molecular magnets

New calculations crucial for industry and fundamental phenomena like magnetic tunnelling

Deborah Jin bags Isaac Newton Medal

JILA physicist honoured for pioneering work on ultracold atoms

Relaxation and repulsion helps viruses pack DNA

Research could have biomedical applications

Physicists seek to cut helium costs

Consortium puts forward helium brokerage plans

Diamond defect images magnetic domain walls

Method could help develop sophisticated spintronic memories

Electrons' magnetic interactions isolated at long last

Quantum-information method helps make exquisite measurement

Qubits team up to detect errors

Record seven-qubit quantum register built

Using magnetic cooling for 'green' refrigeration

More efficient energy consumption one advantage of technique

Physicists lock in on proton's magnetic moment

New result 760 times more precise than previous measurement

Phosphorene sees the light

Phosphorus allotrope is the new 2D material of choice

105-bit optical memory built on a chip

Nanophotonic device could be used for optical logic operations of the future

Structural supercapacitors take a load on

Device could allow house walls to store energy

A quantum accelerometer is being built for navy submarines

Atomic interference will guide vessels without GPS