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Sayeef Salahuddin (left) and Nirmaan Shanker in the lab. Two black and white profile pictures of a female scientist and a male scientist on a green gradient background Berkeley Lab scientists have taken the first atomic-resolution images and demonstrated electrical control of a chiral interface state. Eight 2-centimeter-tall 3D-printed devices fabricated from supramolecular ink that emits blue or white light. Transmission electron microscope (TEM) images of the new 2D nanosheet as a barrier coating that self-assembles on a variety of substrates: a Teflon beaker and membrane, polyester film, thick and thin silicon films, and glass. Silicon wafer reflecting different colors Scientist conducting experiments in a bunny clean room suit. Artistic depiction of electron transfer driven by an ultrashort laser pulse, across an interface between two atomically-thin materials. Graphic illustration depicting three scenes surrounding a spinning microchip. Light microscopy image of nanowires. Scientist conducting an experiment in the lab. Electron microscope images show the precise atom-by-atom structure of a barium titanate (BaTiO3) thin film sandwiched between layers of strontium ruthenate (SrRuO3) metal to make a tiny capacitor.