A high‐throughput hydrodynamic exfoliation process yields a highly stable colloidal suspension of 2D nanosheets in water.
Printable and ultrastretchable conductors are fabricated by transferring printed silver ink onto hybrid hydrogel–elastomer substrates.
Lanthanum-doped phosphors exhibit a range of colors in response to mechanical stimuli, providing opportunities for anticounterfeiting and security applications.
Researchers successfully use microconvection to assemble microparticles into a variety of patterns.
Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis describe a novel technique to fabricate perovskite solar cells, which have tremendous potential in the future designs of photovoltaic technology.
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems develop a durable, flexible adhesive film for use in wearable healthcare devices.
Researchers from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics review the current developments and future opportunities for the application of vanadium-based oxides in Li- and Na-ion batteries.
Researchers investigate the mechanism of lithium dendrite formation in lithium ion batteries in situ with electrochemical scanning electron microscopy.
Researchers from the Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, improve the infrared transmission range of GLS glass for devices with combined thermal and optical imaging.
In Advanced Materials, researchers report for the first time the application of graphitic carbon nitride derivatives for cryopreservation of biological systems.
Inspired by Steller’s jay, researchers produce angle-independent, structurally colored materials composed of amorphous arrays of fine spherical silica colloidal particles.
A microporous aluminophosphate with Linde Type A (LTA) topology (ALPO-LTA) is found to have long-term solar energy storage potential by researchers from University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
A greener, energy-efficient route to ultrahigh conductive graphene paper is developed by Jianfeng Wang, Ying Zhu, and co-workers.