• Author(s): Evangelia Takou and Sophia E. Economou Nanophotonic devices based on tin-vacancy qubits in diamond show promise as building blocks of quantum repeaters, an important step toward the realization of long-range quantum networks. [Physics 14, 105] Published Mon Jul 26, 2021
  • Author(s): Rachel Berkowitz An echo chamber captures small-scale information about an object without the need for up-close probing. [Physics 14, 107] Published Fri Jul 23, 2021
  • Author(s): Leto Sapunar Efforts to improve the climate for women in physics departments take many forms. None should focus on changing its women, some physicists say. [Physics 14, 106] Published Thu Jul 22, 2021
  • Author(s): Lucy Avraamidou Approaches that consider the intersection of multiple social and personal identities are urgently needed to understand why women are underrepresented in physics. [Physics 14, 75] Published Thu Jul 22, 2021
  • Author(s): Rachel Berkowitz Adding a friction term to models helps them better account for how spin textures evolve experimentally at room temperature. [Physics 14, s90] Published Thu Jul 22, 2021
  • Author(s): Katherine Wright Researchers demonstrate that they can control the polarization direction of a spin current without having to apply a magnetic field, which could aid in implementing energy-efficient spintronics devices. [Physics 14, s91] Published Wed Jul 21, 2021
  • Author(s): Michael Schirber Studying the current that flows in bilayer graphene, researchers have isolated electron jets associated with specific valley states. [Physics 14, s80] Published Tue Jul 20, 2021