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The true color of chlorophyll

April 05, 2015
The light harvesters in plant photosynthesis are bluer than we think [more]
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Structural Control of Layered Materials by Infrared Laser Light

April 01, 2015
The possibility of controlling the interlayer distance of materials like graphene or hexagonal boron nitride could provide a new route for nanospace chemistry [more]
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Turning back time by controlling magnetic interactions

March 30, 2015
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter lay the theoretical foundation for more efficient magnetic storage [more]
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FLASH – the first optically synchronized free-electron laser

January 20, 2015
Researchers of the MPSD contribute to the improvement of the DESY light source [more]
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Supermagnetic field in a confined space

December 15, 2014
Max Planck physicists discover an effect that can reverse the polarity of individual nanomagnets [more]
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Superconductivity without cooling

December 03, 2014
An infrared laser pulse briefly modifies the structure of a high-temperature superconductor and thus removes its electrical resistance even at room temperature. [more]
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Manipulating magnetic forces with light

August 06, 2014
The magnetic forces in materials like iron can be rapidly manipulated with light. This has been demonstrated theoretically by Johan Mentink and Martin Eckstein from the University of Hamburg at the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) and the MPI for Structure and Dynamics of Matter in a publication in Physical Review Letters. Rapid and effective manipulation of magnetic states is of immense fundamental and technological value. For example, it could be used for the production of faster hard disks. [more]
 
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