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Ancel Prize 2012 awarded to Odile Stéphan
The Louis Ancel Price of the Société Française de Physique was awarded to Odile Stéphan to recognize the importance and the quality of its scientific production and its national and international visibility.
A viral capsid assembled in a X-ray beam
The simplest viruses are made of a protein shell – the capsid.
One diamond + one defect = a very sensitive magnetic microscope
The defect in diamond, called a NV center is like an artificial atom the luminescence ...
How interactions modify the number of electrons in iron based superconductors
In 2008, a new family of superconductors was discovered, based on Fe squared lattices.
Can a non-dissipative current be noisy?
When an electronic system is small enough, its quantum nature is revealed and new properties emerge.
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