A solar sail device is developed that can be steered by electronically altering its transparency near the edges while requiring only a...
Researchers have developed transient electronics that self-destruct via sublimation in dry conditions.
Innovative biofibers made from a silk protein of the green lacewing are being developed at the Fraunhofer IAP in conjunction with AMSilk.
Photothermal therapy that uses gold nanoparticles to convert light to heat is effective against cancer both alone and combined with other therapeutic...
The color produced by microscopically structured surfaces can be controlled by with the microfluidic preparation of monodisperse photoreconfigurable microspheres.
Thousands of conductive circuit arrays are self-assembled in just one minute by utilizing the coffee ring effect.
SGL Group presents an innovative material concepts for large-scale automotive production applications.
Researchers from Singapore, China and USA have recently reported in Advanced Materials the first example of a TENG-based self-powered iDDS, and demonstrate...
Learn about the development solid proton conductive materials by water adsorption to glassy bicontinuous cubic liquid crystals.
Biodegradability and biocompatibility studies show minimal cytotoxicity, particularly for covalently functionalized MoS2 nanosheets.