By probing the microwave electric field, we have exhibited the advantages of the Rydberg many-body system at the critical point. We find that the Fisher information close to the criticality is enhanced by a factor more than 10^3 by comparing a non-interacting ensemble.
By staring at movies of cell migration for hours, we realized cells have a mechanosensor, membrane ruffles, to test viscosity and trigger adaptation
Nina recently joined Nature Physics as a Senior Editor, having worked at Nature Communications for the last three years. Her research background is in plasmonics and metamaterials, particularly their interaction with optical emitters.