Vol 358, Issue 6367
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Multiple numerical methods are used to study the ground-state and finite-temperature solutions of the Hubbard model.
The observation of elastogravity signals provides a much faster method for determining the size of great earthquakes.
A many-body spectroscopy technique based on a chain of superconducting qubits gives insight into the localization transition.
Grain-boundary surface terminations of a gold film increase the activity of CO2 electroreduction but not H2 evolution.
Tantalum-doped tungsten oxide forms nearly ohmic contacts with conjugated polymers to create efficient hole transporters.
The cryo–electron microscopy structure of a DNA damage sensor complex reveals detailed architecture and regulatory mechanism.