An organic salt is observed to undergo switching of the dielectric constant in response to temperature.
Viable electron acceptors based on non-fullerenes
A non-fullerene material is presented as a potential electron acceptor for use in bulk heterojunction organic photovoltaics.
A mesoporous persistent luminescence phosphor
A near-infraread-excitable persistent luminescence phosphor is synthesized using mesoporous silica nanoparticles as a template.
Nanoparticle-hydrogel composites reviewed
Nanoparticle-hydrogel composites have many potential uses. The new issue of Advanced Science reviews the concept, design, and application of such materials.
Sang-Woo Kim: Executive Advisory Board member for Advanced Electronic Materials
We talk to Sang-Woo Kim on his appointment to the Executive Advisory Board for Advanced Electronic Materials.
iCVD: a versatile technique for surface science
Initiator chemical vapour deposition (iCVD) is an elegant and versatile technique with applications ranging from biotechnology to microelectronics.
Welcome to Xiaodong Chen
We welcome Xiaodong Chen to the editorial advisory board of Advanced Materials.
Metal-organic framework, heal thyself!
A problem with metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) is that their slightly ionic nature renders their structure vulnerable to deformation.
Porous microrobots born of lasers
Microrobots offer huge potential in medicine, particularly in the field of drug delivery.