High-resolution anti-counterfeiting patterns with two-level information encoding are revealed using a one-step, in situ nanocrystal-ink-printing process.
Coffee-ring effect inspires oriented self-assembly of metal–organic frameworks for sweat biosensors.
Joanna Aizenberg talks about the people who inspire her, her advice to early-career researchers, and her hopes for the future of scientific research.
Cilia-inspired smart surfaces that sweep micro/nanometer-scale substances in a desired direction could inspire future drug-delivery systems and medical technologies.
Researchers from Switzerland, Germany, UK and USA explore the local structure responsible for the vibrant white color of Cyphochilus beetles.
Researchers from Nanjing University use Shiitake mushrooms for solar steam generation.
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University demonstrate 3D-printed, surface-modified electrodes for effective water splitting.
Researchers develop a vapor-coating technique to produce wearable electronic devices from conducting-polymer-coated off-the-shelf, plain-woven fabrics.
Knitted soft morphing flowers—lilies, daffodils, gamopetalous and calla flowers—are fabricated using thermally responsive smart fibres.
Thousands of conductive circuit arrays are self-assembled in just one minute by utilizing the coffee ring effect.