Small publishes a special issue to highlight the ongoing research at the Adolphe Merkle Institute.
Scientists fabricate near-infrared tandem organic photodiodes for future artificial retinal implants.
Artificial nocturnal flowers based on liquid crystal networks make the future of soft robotics bloom with new perspectives.
High-resolution anti-counterfeiting patterns with two-level information encoding are revealed using a one-step, in situ nanocrystal-ink-printing process.
Zhiyong Tang on the highlights of his career and science.
The interfaces of complex oxides may be tuned to create novel multifunctionalities for next-generation electronic devices.
Physical, chemical, and synthetic virology work together to reprogram viruses as controllable nanodevices.
Prof. Xun Wang reflects on a moment of inspiration, his current research on sub-nanomaterials, and other research inspiring him today.
Carbon nanomaterials are promising therapeutic and diagnostic agents for healthcare applications including imaging and drug-delivery.
Advanced Engineering Materials celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2019.