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.
Nanoflakes of graphene foams (GFs) decorated with lithiophilic metal oxides (LMONAs) as hosts for the anode of Li-metal batteries.
A detailed mechanism for the degradation of methylammonium lead iodide – a ubiquitous material for perovskite-based solar cells.
A wearable piezoelectret sensor has been developed for pressure-based human pulse measurement.
Researchers report a highly sensitive detection method for monitoring the nanotoxicity associated with reactive oxygen species (ROS).
Researchers design a digital metasurface for real-time control of electromagnetic waves.
A very thin, high-performance electrolyte membrane material for protonic ceramic fuel cells is prepared.
A dopant-free hole-transport material (HTM) for perovskite solar cells is synthesized in only two steps.
Nanoparticle-based fluorescent sensors for detecting temperature fluctuations.