Cutting edge research related to perovskite oxides and their derivatives for the carbon dioxide photoreduction reaction.
The study of simple fungal model organisms provides valuable insights into fundamental mechanisms of mRNA transport boosting the understanding of similar events in higher eukaryotes.
An advanced 4D bioprinting approach uses shape-morphing, biopolymer hydrogels to form the basis for blood vessels and other tubular structures in artificial tissues and organs.
A team of researchers from National Sun Yat-sen University report on microscale RNA interference using iron oxide nanoparticle-modified lentivirus.
Researchers from the University of Hong Kong report how solution shearing of organic semiconductor crystals is influenced by a surface tension gradient. Using a Marangoni-effect-assisted bar coating method, ultrathin, uniform layers of crystals with large domain sizes are obtained that show excellent performance in organic field-effect transistors.
Researchers introduce a new device concept for electroluminescent displays, which does not require transparent electrodes and can be used as remotely readable, spatially-responsive sensors that emit light in response to the accumulation and distribution of materials on the device surface.
Together with many eukaryotes in which relatively large percentages of lateral gene transfer had been claimed, Tardigrades are now downgraded to normality, and here’s why…
Abetz Volker and his team demonstrate how complex nanostructures can be achieved by polymer blending.
For the first time, a new class of metal-to-metal charge-transfer (MMCT) systems is facilely synthesized.
A new study introduces an innovative and cost-effective technique for the plasma functionalization of POSS micro-powders without damaging the nanocage structure they are based on.
Cyclic-di-GMP regulation of bacterial virulence is specific to each pathogen, strain, and type of infection. Differences in the composition and structure of extracellular matrix components could underlie the variation in immune response in the mammalian host.
Researchers created a one-step flow-through plasma-reaction system for a cheaper and more sustainable synthesis of silver nanoparticles aimed at large scale production.