Advanced Functional Materials publishes a special issue on the most advanced achievements and promising approaches in the field of bio-inspired materials for photonics.
Reseachers from KAUST present their flexible and biofouling independent salinity sensors.
Superluminescent diodes (SLEDs) are optical semiconductor light sources for applications that require high output power with broad emission spectra or a short coherence length.
Honorary doctoral degree awarded to pss founding editor for accomplishments in photovoltaics.
Scientists present unique crumpled nitrogen-doped graphene nanosheets as supercapacitor materials for energy-storage.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new nanolithography technique that is less expensive than other approaches and can be used to create technologies with biomedical applications.
Thermally conductive thermoplastics have attracted attention as heat dissipative materials for a vast number of electronic devices. S. Yoshihara and coworkers (Kaneka Corporation, Japan) now report that thermoplastics exhibit high thermal conductivity by lamellar crystal alignment.
Magnetic shape memory alloys are a promising material for actuation purposes. Researchers show advantages and disadvantages and highlight their potential.
This week’s top three are all newcomers to the Advanced Energy Materials Top 40 table.
Researchers show that solid polymer electrolytes can be used as the gating insulator for printed electronics, contrary to accepted thinking.
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization is the new sister journal of Advanced Materials.
The most downloaded papers from the physica status solidi family in June.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changchun, designed a novel fused heteroacene with high hole mobility for solution processed thin-film transistors.