Complex multi-material tactile sensors can be printed in situ; a new route toward the biointegration of various sensors in wearable electronics.
Using an innovative method, super-flexible graphene films are synthesized while maintaining their ultra-high thermal conductivity. (Image credit: Artbox/Shutterstock)
A Boolean logic gate is constructed within a single molecule, controlled by light and protonation.
For the first time, the superlubricity between atomic layers of hexagonal molybdenum disulfide has been experimentally studied.
The unmineralized teeth of the giant keyhole limpet are shown to have mechanical properties similar to those of mineralized mammalian bones.
In-situ assembled flower-shaped DNA constructs can be used for an efficient intracellular protein delivery.
Thermal dewetting of gold, which is sandwiched between the yolk and shell, leads to the desired nanocup morphology.
3D printing technology enables a mold-free formation of freeform transparent glass.
Inspired by human fingers after prolonged exposure to water, moisture responsive wrinkling surfaces are developed.
Extracellular vesicles are highly biocompatible and efficient carriers for targeted and personalized drug delivery.