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Team of physicists finds new path toward increasing semiconductor functionality

Author: Marissa Gebhard

Margaret Dobrowolska, professor of physics at Notre Dame, has led a team of collaborators from Notre Dame, the University of British Columbia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in an effort that has succeeded in identifying the mechanisms responsible for ferromagnetism in (Ga,Mn)As, an alloy.

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In Northern Ireland, political violence harms youths through families, new study shows

Author: Sarah Hutcheon and Susan Guibert

A new longitudinal study of neighborhoods in Belfast, Northern Ireland, led by Notre Dame Psychology Professor Mark Cummings has found political violence affects children by upsetting the ways their families function, resulting in behavior problems and mental health symptoms among the youths over extended periods of time.

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