Celebrating 30 years of Advanced Materials and the 15th anniversary of the NCNST!
Searching for the polymer that will allow organic photovoltaic devices to reach optimal performance.
An elastomeric substrate to support flexible, biocompatible electronic devices.
The recent progress and challenges in the field of micro/nanostructured paper for portable electronics.
This month's Advanced Engineering Materials covers and top papers!
Edible electronics: a new class of electronics materials that are compatible with the gastrointestinal tract.
Dr. Rahul Vaish discusses his recent article on lead-free pyroelectric materials for energy harvesting, which brings new insights on the development of...
A team at KIT has reached a new limit for electronics, with a quasi-solid-state transistor that functions via the switching action of...
A color-shifting anisotropic soft actuator (CASA) with biomimetic actuation capabilities.
Swiss researchers developed fibers that can detect even the slightest pressure and strain and can withstand considerable deformation.