Sensors that are promising for motion capture, and the development of health monitoring devices, surgical instruments, and human–machine interaction devices.
Taking advantage of the controllable liquid transfer usinga Chinese brush, highly oriented Ag nanowires were achieved on certain substrates.
Complicated bulk multicomponent nanostructures with more than two components are fabricated.
Disposable and flexible electronics made from paper could provide a cost-effective alternate to current electronic device materials.
Stimulation of nerves by an artificial retina toward therapeutics for blindness.
Complex, aqueous-stable, hydrogel ionic circuits towards transparent, flexible, biocompatible bioelectronic devices.
A near perfect energy conversion efficiency can be achieved in a solar vapor generation process.
Camouflage, illusion or cloaking devices, once deeply rooted in science-fiction, can make an object appear “invisible”. A novel technique for thermal illusion meta-devices is reported.
A broadband visible-light-driven photocatalytic SERS platform with the CuO nanowires (NWs)/Cu2O hetero-nanostructures as the backbone.
Biosensor arrays facbricated from two intertwinned polymeric networks.