Disorder effects on interacting quantum many-body systems have recently seen rapidly rising interest.
How developmental cues specify these distinct cell types in embryos and coordinate their patterning into functional tissues is one of the fundamental questions of developmental biology.
Intense optical vortices work together to fling neutral atoms with accelerations trillions of times that of the earth.
The NITEC reaction is explored with tetrazole-functionalised microparticles, and demonstrates micrometer-scale resolution as a surface-patterning technique.
Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF)-type compounds have potential to become high-efﬁciency-solid-state lighting technologies in the future.
March’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers
Ford tests large-scale 3D printing with light-weighting and personalization in mind.
Research may well be a creative, fluid and dynamic field, but structure and high standards are required for success.
Lin Shi and co-workers analyzed plasma samples from a breakfast food study on whole-grain rye porridge and toast.
With the research project NEST-DC the technological basis is set for high performance electronic circuit breakers.
Replacing the commonly used ITO/Ag contact stack with aluminum allows for an increased efficiency and lower manufacturing costs of heterojunction solar cells.
While women are more likely to express concerns about climate change and to accurately grasp its science, they are also more likely to underestimate their knowledge.