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Field Compressed Sensing

Anthony B. Kos, Fabio C. Da Silva, Jason B. Coder, Craig W. Nelson, Grace E. Antonucci, Archita Hati
Imaging solutions based on wave scattering seek real-time performance, high dynamic range, and spatial accuracy at scales spanning from nanometers to thousands

Ultrafast optically induced spin transfer in ferromagnetic alloys

Moritz Hofherr, Soren Hauser, J. K. Dewhurst, Phoebe Tengdin, S Sakshath, Hans T. Nembach, Tobias Weber, Justin M. Shaw, Thomas J. Silva, H C. Kapteyn, M Cinchetti, B Rethfeld, M M. Murnane, D Steil, B Stadtmuller, S Sharma, Martin Aeschlimann, S Mathias
The vision of using light to manipulate electronic and spin excitations in materials on their fundamental time and length scales requires new approaches in

Surface-reaction induced structural oscillations in the subsurface

Xianhu Sun, Wenhui Zhu, Dongxiang WU, Chaoran Li, Jianyu Wang, Yaguang Zhu, Xiaobo Chen, Jorge A. Boscoboinik, Renu Sharma, Guangwen Zhou
Surface and subsurface are commonly considered as separate entities because of the difference in the bonding environment and are often investigated separately

Transgranular Cracking in a Liquid Zn Embrittled High Strength Steel

Diptak Bhattacharya, Lawrence Cho, Ellen Van der Aa, Hassan Ghassemi-Armaki, Andreas Pichler, Kip O. Findley, John G. Speer
Intergranular Zn-assisted liquid metal embrittlement (LME) cracks have been frequently reported in steels, involving austenite grain boundary penetration of

Valley Phenomena in the Candidate Phase Change Material WSe2(1-x)Te2x

Sean M. Oliver, Joshua Young, Sergiy Krylyuk, Thomas L. Reinecke, Albert Davydov, Patrick M. Vora
Alloyed transition metals dichalcogenides (TMDs) provide the unique opportunity for coupling band engineering and valleytronic phenomena in an atomically-thin

Critical Path Method Assessment of Community Recovery

Francis M. Lavelle, Charles Goodhue, Douglas Lyons
The critical path method (CPM) is investigated as a tool for identifying recovery activities that control the timeline for restoration of key community

Structure of the cell-binding component of the Clostridium difficile binary toxin reveals a di- heptamer macromolecular assembly

Xingjian Xu, Raquel Ruiz, Kaylin Adipietro, Christopher Peralta, Danya Ben-Hail, Kristen Varney, Mary Cook, Braden Roth, Paul Wilder, Thomas E. Cleveland, Alexander V. Grishaev, Heather Neu, Sarah Michel, Wenbo Yu, Dorothy Beckett, Richard Rustandi, Alex MacKerell, Amedee des Georges, Edwin Pozharski, David Weber
Targeting Clostridium difficile infection is challenging because treatment options are limited, and high recurrence rates are common. One reason for this is
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