Scanning probe microscopy is a powerful characterization tool for studying MCP in materials.
The high theoretical capacitance of manganese oxide makes it appealing as an electrode material for batteries, but several obstacles remain.
The NIR-II window holds great potential in biological imaging.
Non-pathogenic bacteria can colonize different surfaces to help direct human stem cells to bone cells.
Researchers design a new type of QR code that is nearly transparent under daylight and compatible with flexible devices.
Micropillars fabricated by 3D direct laser writing create superoleophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces.
Researchers devise an effective method to reduce transplant rejection following surgery.
A fibrin/laminin hydrogel that supports organoid growth from multiple tissues is developed as a substitute for BME scaffolds.
A nanoforce sensor developed by KAIST researchers provides high sensitivity, transparency, and mechanical durability against bending.
A bioelectronic sensor that makes use of natural photosynthetic pigment‐protein complexes to sustain a variety of functions.