The team fired pulses of neutrons at a chamber filled with either helium or xenon gas and monitored both the travel time of the neutrons through the gas and the neutrons’ scattering angles. From these measurements, they reconstructed the scattering process with the aid of simulations. They found that the scattering-angle distribution fit the predictions—based only on known laws of physics—for neutrons bouncing off gas nuclei. This result indicates that, within the sensitivity of the experiment, no unexplained force—be it modified gravity or another type of interaction—acts on length scales below 0.1 nm.
This one may not be as transparent, since it required quite a bit of reconstruction to simulate the interaction. So while the length scale being probed has improved considerably, I'm not so sure on how convincing this result is.
Still, where are those curled-up extra dimensions anyway?