- Researchers in the Materials Project have created the world's largest database of elemental crystal surfaces and shapes to date
- A team led by Materials Sciences Division's Omar Yahgi, have developed nanoscale display cases that enables new atomic-scale views of hard-to-study chemical and biological samples
- Materials Sciences Divsion's Steven Louie will lead the Berkeley Lab team, using NERSC supercomputers
- MSD's Alessandra Lanzara is a Moore Foundation grantee working on a cutting-edge technique called angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy, or ARPES
- A family of nature-inspired polymers was discovered at MSD, that, when placed in water, spontaneously assemble into hollow crystalline nanotubes
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Atomically Precise Interfacial Control of Magnetic States
Research within MSD’s Quantum Materials program has demonstrated the use of heteroepitaxy in controlling spin-orbit interactions in oxide quantum materials which will provide a pathway to a new generation of spin-orbit coupled materials.