Editors' Highlights in Devices, AI and more

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Editors' Highlights in Devices, AI and more

The Nature Communications editors are featuring a few articles from the physical sciences recently published in the journal that they believe are particularly interesting or important. Browse our Editors' Highlights pages below.

AI and Machine Learning >>

Applied Physics and Mathematics >>

Condensed Matter >>

Devices >>

Energy >>

Nuclear and Particle Physics >>

Optics and Photonics >>

Quantum >>

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