A multiple core–shell 3D printing method has been developed to fabricate soft, stretchable, fibre-based, capacitive strain sensors. The sensors can be readily integrated into conventional clothing and used in gait monitoring.
A simple method for 3D patterning of cell co-cultures has been developed based on capillary forces in a nanostructured microchannel.
Gold nanoparticles embedded in biocompatible nanogels are used as markers for improved image-guided radiotherapy.
Liquid templates produced by standing (Faraday) waves are used to assemble various soft, rigid, and biological materials in intricate patterns.
Anisotropic polymer particles formed with structural control through a simple pressing method.
The first issue of Advanced Materials Interfaces has been published.
A conversation with new Advanced Materials board member Jörg Lahann on research, publishing, and life.
New Advanced Materials board member, Prof. Georges Hadziioannou, answers a few questions about his scientific career, and research and publishing in general.
Small neural building blocks are used to make 3D neural networks in vitro, allowing the study of the interaction between different brain regions.
Organic semiconductor films are produced in regular arrays of inkjet-etched microwells, demonstrating potential for large-scale flexible electronics.