Scientists have developed a method for precise, fast, and high-quality laser processing of halide perovskites, promising light-emitting materials for solar energy, optical electronics, and metamaterials.
Near-infrared sensors and displays developed based on the maximized efficiency of optical wavelength conversion.
Researchers at Osaka University are helping to power portable sensors that do not use batteries by generating electricity from heat that is otherwise wasted.
Researchers report flexible, conductive and waterproof fibers for wearable, underwater electronics.
Researchers create green biocomposites for flexible, wearable electronic devices.
A team of researchers from the University of Washington have created programmable cellular structures.
Skin-friendly epidermal electronic devices fabricated using flexible, stretchable, and degradable protein-based substrates could offer a viable solution to real-time health and fitness monitoring.
Researchers create a soft robotic electronic skin with fingerprint-like patterns with future applications in prosthesis, wearable sensors, and medical devices.
Digital coding metasurfaces simultaneously manipulate both electromagnetic and acoustic waves for advanced cloaking or signaling devices.
Intrinsic or tightly integrated sensing, actuation, and computation embedded into 3D structures could enable a new generation of truly smart and complex systems, such as robots that have human-like dexterity.
A new study reports liquid-phase exfoliation of graphene, boron nitride, and tungsten disulphide nanosheets using Irish whiskey.
Thin, soft, and stretchable gallium-based sensors to accurately monitor human hand kinematics.
A 0.2 mm thick sensor that can read fingerprints with incredible detail by detecting visible light reflected from the surface of the skin.