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.
Novel photonic device concepts can be realized with transition metal dichalcogenides.
Carbon nanomaterials are promising therapeutic and diagnostic agents for healthcare applications including imaging and drug-delivery.
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.