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.
Abigail Klopper is a Senior Editor at Nature Physics. She previously worked at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, Germany, where she pursued theoretical research in aspects of soft-matter and biological physics.