A recent Excellence in Energy report reviews the preparation, characterization, and testing of heterogeneous single-atom catalysts.
A photoinduced redox reaction is used to cause the contraction of an artificial hydrogel muscle, leading to macroscale actuation and measurable work.
Cell printing using this new electro-hydrodynamic technique allows the creation of cell structures with multiple layers and a high cell viability.
The Banksia delays the release of its mature seed bank until conditions are right for new plants. Now we know what triggers...
Science fact catches up with science fiction: by exploiting magnetic levitation, biomanufacturing – creating living 3D structures – is now possible in...
Multifunctional gadolinium-doped titania nanoparticles perform combined diagnostics and treament without compromising the advantages of their components.
Jingbi You explains how precisely adjusting the stoichiometry of planar architectures can affect the performance of perovskite devices, toward a PCE of...
Phase competition in mixed perovskites can be resolved by this dual ion exchange process, which passivates grain boundaries and suppresses ion migration.
Sodium is the new lithium: a facile new method to produce graphene composite electrodes may help solve the sodium transport problem.
Jaephil Cho and co-workers assess the commercial potential of nickel-rich cathode materials, informing decisions on industrial uptake of these materials.