Lin Shi and co-workers analyzed plasma samples from a breakfast food study on whole-grain rye porridge and toast.
The first issue of Advanced Biosystems highlights retinal implants, DNA nanotweezers, and living diodes.
A solar sail device is developed that can be steered by electronically altering its transparency near the edges while requiring only a low amount of power.
Porous liposomes can provide a suitable environment for controlled nanoreactions admitting molecules of a specific size only.
Magnetic bacteria devices can manipulate light similar to liquid crystals in display and spatial light modulator technology.
Hot electron injection within hybrid metal–transition metal dichalcogenides systems is analyzed and offers new physical insights into enhancement of optoelectronic activity with nanoantennas.
Biosensors, metasurfaces, and a caterpillar robot is highlighted on the November covers of Advanced Optical Materials.
An individual’s vitamin D level depends on their Vitamin D uptake from food and supplements, time outside in the sun, and their genetic disposition.
Check out the latest issue Special Issue of Advanced Optical Materials – Photochromic Molecules and Materials.
Check out the covers and top articles of the Reviews Special Issue in Molecular Nutrition & Food Research.