James Urton, University of Washington
A University of Washington team discovered that, by stacking a sheet of graphene onto bulk graphite, they can make one another stronger.
Researchers detected signatures of “fractional quantum anomalous Hall” (FQAH) states, which is a step toward a fault-tolerant qubit, which is crucial for quantum computing.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a method that could make reproducible manufacturing at the nanoscale possible, enabling new potential applications.
A team led by scientists at the University of Washington has designed and tested a 3D-printed metamaterial that can manipulate light with nanoscale precision, which could have a major effect on autonomous transportation as well as optical elements for displays and sensors in VR or AR headsets.