Alessia Battigelli reviews organic materials formed by the self-assembly of peptoids in Biopolymers
Sensors that are promising for motion capture, and the development of health monitoring devices, surgical instruments, and human–machine interaction devices.
A high‐throughput hydrodynamic exfoliation process yields a highly stable colloidal suspension of 2D nanosheets in water.
The mechanical cycling of a number of microscale 3D polymer‐based architectures is investigated.
Scientists develop a reversible adhesive skin patch with high air permeability and water drainage.
Acrolein produced by cancer cells can be detected within five minutes, allowing for rapid diagnosis of cancer morphology during breast-conserving surgery.
Happy 5th birthday to Advanced Materials Interfaces!
A combined quantum key distribution and compressing sensing protocol that improves information transmission bandwidth paves the way to real-time information evaluation and...
Quick response code 'clouds' embedded in three-dimensional parts for product authentication.
Leather finds new life as an electronic skin.