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.
Scanning probe microscopy is a powerful characterization tool for studying MCP in materials.
The high theoretical capacitance of manganese oxide makes it appealing as an electrode material for batteries, but several obstacles remain.
Frank Caruso on nanomaterials for the future of medicine.