Popularize and teach physics during the lockdown

New artificial fibres made of inorganic nanotubes

Exploring the nanoworld in 3D

Suppressing precession in magnetic materials accelerates their dynamics

An ocean of microplastics tracked at the nanoscale

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Popularize and teach physics during the lockdown

26 April 2021

Popularize and teach physics during the lockdown

The "Physics reimagined" team has been developing new ways of popularizing and teaching physics at LPS. The first lockdown in march 2020 was an opportunity for its members to test new approaches (...)

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New artificial fibres made of inorganic nanotubes

26 April 2021

New artificial fibres made of inorganic nanotubes

Mankind’s relationship with fibres goes back thousands of years, but in the last century we have moved beyond natural plant and animal-based yarns (silk, wool) to develop stronger, more versatile (...)

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Exploring the nanoworld in 3D

1 April 2021

Exploring the nanoworld in 3D

Imagine a cube on which light is projected by a flashlight. The cube reflects the light in a particular way, so simply spinning the cube or moving the flashlight makes it possible to examine each (...)

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23 March 2021

Freek Massee is laureate of the bronze medal from CNRS

The Bronze Medal rewards the first works of researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is already well (...)

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Suppressing precession in magnetic materials accelerates their dynamics

30 November 2020

Suppressing precession in magnetic materials accelerates their dynamics

Magnetic precession – the rotation of the magnetisation around an applied torque — seems an unavoidable obstacle to faster magnetic devices. Now, researchers at the LPS have shown that magnetic (...)

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