We've discovered how to use rotating magnetic fields to dexterously manipulate objects made of metals that are typically considered non-magnetic. This has the potential to contribute a solution to the problem of space debris.
By integrating an atomically-thin superlattice with a microcavity, we prepare a system to manipulate the quantum state with versatile flexibility, suggesting a new path to ultralow energy nonlinear photonic devices.
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