A coating is designed that significantly improves the performance of metal electrodes in high‐temperature, thin-film-based solid oxide fuel cells.
A nanobiosensor is developed that performs real-time analysis of single-cell cytokine secretion, enabling the development of new therapies for diseases.
A technique for reversibly controlling the color of materials provides insight into the color changes that occur in living organisms.
A new adhesive is developed for in vivo fracture fixation.
A gold nanoglue that improves the contact between nickel nanoparticles and molybdenum disulfide.
A team of researchers demonstrate Ca–polyphosphate (polyP) nanoparticles (NPs) as a smart biomaterial for regenerative medicine applications.
A novel probe for imaging amyloid-β (Aβ) in vivo is developed, enabling the early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
A solid silica nanocomposite, 'Glassomer', can be processed using polymer fabrication techniques to obtain optical-grade fused silica glass.
Inspired by biofilm formation, a strategy for templated self-assembly of nano-objects is developed for the fabrication of complex nanostructures.
Highly ordered, large-volume MEW scaffolds for tissue regeneration are constructed by overcoming the limitations that currently limit scaffold size in melt electrospinning...