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Two-fold symmetric superconductivity in few-layer NbSe<sub>2</sub>

Nature Physics, Published online: 15 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41567-021-01219-xA two-fold rotational symmetry is observed in the superconducting state of NbSe2. This is strikingly different from the three-fold symmetry of the lattice, and suggests that a mixed conventional and unconventional order parameter exists in this material.

One-dimensional Kronig–Penney superlattices at the LaAlO<sub>3</sub>/SrTiO<sub>3</sub> interface

Nature Physics, Published online: 15 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41567-021-01217-zThe two-dimensional electron gas at an oxide interface is patterned to form a channel with a periodic potential imposed on top. This replicates the textbook Kronig–Penney model and leads to fractionalization of electron bands in the channel.

One-dimensional Kronig–Penney superlattices at the LaAlO<sub>3</sub>/SrTiO<sub>3</sub> interface

Two-fold symmetric superconductivity in few-layer NbSe<sub>2</sub>

Embryonic tissues as active foams

Nature Physics, Published online: 12 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41567-021-01215-1A computational framework draws analogy with foams to offer a comprehensive picture of how cell behaviours influence fluidization in embryonic tissues, highlighting the role of tension fluctuations in regulating tissue rigidity.

Unusual high-field metal in a Kondo insulator

Nature Physics, Published online: 12 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41567-021-01216-0Transport and thermodynamic measurements on strongly correlated Kondo metal YbB12 reveal the coexistence of charged and charge-neutral fermions in the material and the crucial role played by the latter in the quantum oscillations of resistivity.

Embryonic tissues as active foams

Unusual high-field metal in a Kondo insulator

Measurement of the proton spin structure at long distances

Measurement of the proton spin structure at long distances

Nature Physics, Published online: 12 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41567-021-01198-zMeasurements of the proton’s spin structure in experiments scattering a polarized electron beam off polarized protons in regions of low momentum transfer squared test predictions from chiral effective field theory of the strong interaction.

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