Highlighting the excellent research being published in the multidisciplinary field of biomedical materials and life sciences.
Researchers developed wearable energy-harvesting device that generate energy from the swing of an arm.
InGaN-based solar cells on common photovoltaic substrates could increase efficiency as high as 30%.
Batteries are a key part of the global push to lower emissions.
A model to predict degradation of lithium metal batteries at rest and the electrolyte composition over time is developed.
Wearable mercury sensors will radically change the field of food and water analysis.
A novel fluorescent organic glass (FOG) exhibits unprecedented properties.
Autonomous machines which respond quickly, sustain high loads and adapt to their surroundings can emerge from the internal design of composite materials.
A peek into the Advanced journal archives reveals some of the interesting and creative work published over the years that is still...
A special issue of Advanced Materials on next-generation batteries.