Plasmonic–magnetic heterostructures are designed to prevent Ag+ release from cathodic Ag by sacrificial anodic Fe.
Highlighting the excellent research being published in the multidisciplinary field of biomedical materials and life sciences.
The Editors of Small Methods are pleased to publish this special biomedical virtual issue. This collection highlights outstanding research in Small Methods...
Batteries are a key part of the global push to lower emissions.
Wearable mercury sensors will radically change the field of food and water analysis.
Nanoparticle-based fluorescent sensors for detecting temperature fluctuations.
A potentially self-sufficient prosphetic skin is developed that is powered by light, to detect light and respond to touch.
An elastomeric substrate to support flexible, biocompatible electronic devices.
This month's Advanced Engineering Materials covers and top papers!
Edible electronics: a new class of electronics materials that are compatible with the gastrointestinal tract.