Pressing a layered crystal onto a gold surface is all it takes to pull off a 2D atomic layer, a method that outperforms scotch tape on industrially relevant scales.
A new manufacturing technique creates ultrathin solar cells that are so light and flexible that they can rest on the surface of a soap bubble.
Scientists create a lightweight wood with incorporated magnetic nanoparticles for electromagnetic interference shielding.
Direct‐write and 3D printing using liquids metals provides an interesting alternative for wiring in circuitry.
A new way of making large sheets of graphene could lead to ultra-lightweight, flexible solar cells, and to new classes of light-emitting devices and other thin-film electronics
Developing better protective equipment requires new materials that better disperse energy.
Assembling nanoparticles into macroscale structures could provide new, durable materials for a range of fields and applications.
A new technique opens up new possibilities in membrane fabrication.
Researchers use hot water and pressure to circumvent the need to use toxic chemicals in the production of organic plastics.
Novel graphene‐reinforced elastomeric isolators are a viable, low‐cost alternative to reinforce buildings against earthquake damage.
The combination of ionic liquids with polymers allows the development of smart materials with superior properties and tailored functionalities for several areas of application.
Researchers report a fast and efficient titanium alloy processing technique that requires up to 50% less heat.