Disposable and flexible electronics made from paper could provide a cost-effective alternate to current electronic device materials.
A nanobiosensor is developed that performs real-time analysis of single-cell cytokine secretion, enabling the development of new therapies for diseases.
A novel probe for imaging amyloid-β (Aβ) in vivo is developed, enabling the early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
A wearable fingernail sensor that can collect thermal data of the nailbed tissue in real-time is developed.
Electrochemical confined effects are capable of exploring the novel detection mechanisms of nanopore to efficiently convert the dynamic function/structure of single molecules...
Zhongze Gu and colleagues from Southeast University in China utilize direct laser writing to 3D-print omniphobic, triply re-entrant surfaces that can universally...
The size, shape, and order of nanorods in solid-state microbial sensors are controlled using the forces of gravity and magnetism.
Materials science meets Mills and Boon.
Flexible, printable luminescent devices that can detect the weak changes in strain associated with facial emotions.
A new colloidal photonic crystal-based material can hide patterns that are revealed under the flow of humid air.