Using an advanced technique, scientists discover that one of the most common substances in our everyday lives — glass — is more complex than we thought.

The work by Dagan et. al. explores the emergence and coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism at the interface between insulating, non-magnetic LaAlO3 and SrTiO3 nanowires at low temperatures. The effect of the antiparallel magnetic order on the resistance of the 50 nm wide patterned wires follows the form of giant magnetoresistance (GMR) at low applied magnetic fields.

A lot of great science happens at the National MagLab every year. Here’s a list of the best interdisciplinary research enabled by our world-record magnets in 2015.

Discovery of a new kind of electron spin superstructure in crystals opens the tantalizing prospect of finding other emergent exotic phases.

Scientists pioneer method that enables material to carry more electrical current without resistance at a higher temperature.

A material that you may never have heard of could be paving the way for a new electronic revolution.

Probing the cryptic last row of the periodic table, MagLab scientists uncover secrets of the highly radioactive element berkelium.

Researchers from Columbia University working at the MagLab have observed a physical phenomenon in bilayer graphene that could usher in a new generation of quantum computers.

The work gives physicists a new tool for exploring and understanding a class of materials that could lead to faster electronics.

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