Non-invasive wearable devices are designed for biologging species in underwater environments.
Trimolybdenum phosphide nanoparticle catalysts show remarkable performance while still being cost-effective.
A fluoropolymer-based antireflective coating leads to high power conversion efficiency in dye-sensitized solar cells.
Low-cost strategies to tailor the microstructure of solid oxide fuel cell electrodes are discussed, providing a fast and efficient way to evaluate new electrode materials.
A bioinspired soft actuator that responds to an alternating magnetic field is fabricated.
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.
A microneedle-array patch worn on the skin mimics the stable insulin secretion pattern of a healthy pancreas.
Tuning the local environment of ultrasmall silica nanoparticles leads to ultrapotent probes for photodynamic therapy.