Polypeptides have a rich variety of structures and functions. Their chemoenzymatic synthesis is reviewed by the Enzyme Research Team at RIKEN, Japan.
Drug-free macromolecular therapeutic systems can target and kill cancer cells without causing the side-effects of the drugs currently in clinical use.
The concentration-, size-, and cell type-dependent response to layered black phosphorous is explored to maximise its potential and avoid future problems.
Control over macro- and microstructures, density, conductivity, and Poisson ratio is enabled by this new combined metallic aerogel production technique.
Advanced Energy Materials' new invited-only review series ‘Excellence in Energy’ is launched. All included papers are free to read for a limited...
Triboelectric nanogenerators are an exciting frontier in small-scale applications, converting low-frequency mechanical energy into an alternating current.
The slow kinetics of the oxygen evolution reaction require new catalyst research like this to make water splitting systems commercially viable.
Wei Liu and Kaustav Banerjee offer their thoughts on and solutions for the performance problems suffered by HER catalysts.
Hydrogen won’t be a viable fuel source without a replacement catalyst for platinum. This MoS2 hybrid looks set to provide some realistic...
These stretchable optic fibre-based sensors could be stitched right into your clothes to monitor muscle strain during exercise.