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  • Construction of Continuous Capillary Networks Stabilized by Pericyte-like Perivascular Cells 

    Yamamoto, Kyoko; Tanimura, Kohei; Watanabe, Masafumi; Sano, Hiromu; Uwamori, Hiroyuki; e.a. (Mary Ann Liebert Inc, 2018-10)
    Construction of small and continuous capillary networks is a fundamental challenge for the development of three-dimensional (3D) tissue engineering. In particular, to construct mature and stable capillary networks, it is ...
  • Percolation thresholds for photonic quantum computing 

    Pant, Mihir; Englund, Dirk; Guha, Saikat (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-03-06)
    Despite linear-optical fusion (Bell measurement) being probabilistic, photonic cluster states for universal quantum computation can be prepared without feed-forward by fusing small n-photon entangled clusters, if the success ...
  • de Haas-van Alphen effect of correlated Dirac states in kagome metal Fe3Sn2 

    Ye, Linda; Chan, Mun K.; McDonald, Ross D.; Graf, David; Kang, Min Gu; e.a. (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-10)
    Primarily considered a medium of geometric frustration, there has been a growing recognition of the kagome network as a harbor of lattice-borne topological electronic phases. In this study we report the observation of ...

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