The many possibilties of hybrid organic/inorganic van der Waals heterostructure systems where highly-ordered (supra)molecular layers are interfaced with inorganic 2D materials are discussed.
Robust electronic skin by utilizing supramolecular chemistry to produce a tough, self-healing elastic material.
The first seeds towards non-invasive edible electronics are sown.
Bioinspired, biohybrid device design and fabrication strategy for investigating the ability of therapeutics to cross the blood brain barrier.
A novel reactive oxygen species (ROS)-promoted nanomedicine platform can effectively inhibit tumor growth, reduce side effects experienced in common anticancer drugs, while promote on-target uptake.
A novel flexible textile-based cathode with a unique triple-phased structure is presented, that shows improved non-competitive transport properties.
Local control of pens in a large-scale pen array can be achieved by using a nanotube composite that is photo-responsive to fabricate each individual pen.
Next-generation electronics should be wearable, versatile, and energy-efficient. A new sensor systems combined with a triboelectric nanogenerator provides an excellent solution.
Complex micro and nanodevices are fabricated using a simple strategy that enables sophisticated architectures to be produced.
A nanoprinting strategy to produce nano and microscale lines and components for electronic applications.