A new catalyst optimization technique could improve the efficiency of piezophototronic materials.
New types of 2D and 3D stimuli‐responsive materials can be constructed by integrating molecular machines as part of their building blocks.
A cortex-like, 3D model of the brain can be used to screen drugs against diseases such as malignant glioma infiltration.
A single-molecule immunolabeling and co-immunoprecipitation method may lead to improved, personalized cancer treatment.
A cryogenic crystallization process eliminates the need for organic solvents.
A novel strategy is presented for enabling mechanical responsiveness in field-effect transistors.
All-solid-state batteries could overcome some of the drawbacks of lithium-ion batteries.
Laser direct writing is used to fabricate the sensor, eliminating the need for post-synthesis steps.
A reinforced glass microfiber membrane blocks dendrites and oxygen, leading to a highly stable battery.
Controlling the “phase” of a small number of Xenon atoms is a significant step towards data storage systems on the level of single atoms.
High-order, organic-solvent-free emulsions could have valuable applications in the pharmaceutical and food industries for encapsulating active ingredients.
The interfaces of complex oxides may be tuned to create novel multifunctionalities for next-generation electronic devices.