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How faculty enablement strategies can improve diversity in quantum education
Efforts to increase diversity in quantum information science education often centre on individual minority students. The c...
Semitransparent organic photovoltaics for building-integrated photovoltaic applications
Semitransparent organic photovoltaics for building-integrated photovoltaic applications
The narrow and intense absorption spectra of organic materials open up the opportunity to develop efficient organic photov...
Reactions in single-molecule junctions
Reactions in single-molecule junctions
Developing new materials is a long-standing goal that extends across the fields of synthesis, catalysis, nanotechnology an...
Treating inflammatory bone loss
An article in Advanced Functional Materials reports a dual-functional hydrogel platform that can treat inflammation and pr...
Plugging punctures
An article in ACS Nano presents a hydrogel with a mushroom-like shape that can block and treat gastrointestinal puncture w...
Glued to the nerves
An article in Advanced Functional Materials presents a hydrogel adhesive to treat nerve injuries.
Advancing pressure-sensitive adhesives for internal wound closure
Advancing pressure-sensitive adhesives for internal wound closure
Pressure-sensitive adhesives are familiar household items spanning applications in everyday repair, office supplies and to...
Designing modern aqueous batteries
Designing modern aqueous batteries
In the pursuit of more reliable and affordable energy storage solutions, interest in batteries powered by water-based elec...
Materials for extreme environments
Materials for extreme environments
Materials for extreme environments can help to protect people, structures and the planet. Extreme temperatures in aeroplan...
Molecular engineering of contact interfaces for high-performance perovskite solar cells
Molecular engineering of contact interfaces for high-performance perovskite solar cells
Metal-oxide-based charge-transport layers have played a pivotal role in the progress of perovskite solar cells. Yet metal-...
Colourful liquid metals
Colourful liquid metals
Liquid metals are promising multifunctional materials, but their single-colour physical appearance limits their applicabil...
Wear your health on your sleeve
Wearable electronics could enable us to optimize every aspect of our personal health and performance. They might also have...
Printed flexible sweat sensors
An article in Nature Electronics reports a printable, stretchable on-skin sweat-sensing platform.
Sustainable flexible supercapacitors
An article in ACS Applied Energy Materials presents recyclable one-dimensional fibre-shaped supercapacitors for powering w...
Author Correction: Status and perspectives of crystalline silicon photovoltaics in research and industry
Authors and AffiliationsPhotovoltaics and Thin-Film Electronics Laboratory (PV-Lab), Institute of Microengineering (IMT), ...
The role of single-protein elasticity in mechanobiology
The role of single-protein elasticity in mechanobiology
In addition to biochemical signals and genetic considerations, mechanical forces are rapidly emerging as a master regulato...
System of sequences in multivariate reticular structures
System of sequences in multivariate reticular structures
When variance is encountered in reticular structures such as metal–organic frameworks, it occurs as multiple kinds o...
Light-emitting materials for wearable electronics
Next-generation light-emitting displays should be not only flexible and bright but also soft and stretchable. Newly emergi...
A stretchable transistor for neuromorphic devices
An article in Nature Electronics reports a soft, reconfigurable synaptic transistor that retains functionality even when s...
Lessons from a UK research school for Black physicists and engineers
Lessons from a UK research school for Black physicists and engineers
A group of scientists at Imperial College collaborated with The Blackett Lab Family, a collective of UK-based Black physic...
Versatile imperceptible on-skin devices
An article in Nature Communications reports a range of imperceptible on-skin devices based on ultrathin, ultralight and ga...
Hydrogel interfaces for merging humans and machines
Hydrogel interfaces for merging humans and machines
The last few decades have witnessed unprecedented convergence between humans and machines that closely operate around the ...
Ferroelectric order in van der Waals layered materials
Ferroelectric order in van der Waals layered materials
Structurally different from conventional oxide ferroelectrics with rigid lattices, van der Waals (vdW) ferroelectrics have...
Machine learning for a sustainable energy future
Machine learning for a sustainable energy future
Transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is a critical global challenge; it demands advances — at...
Author Correction: Nanostructuring versus microstructuring in battery electrodes
Authors and AffiliationsDepartment of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Tro...
Nanostructuring versus microstructuring in battery electrodes
Nanostructuring versus microstructuring in battery electrodes
Battery electrodes comprise a mixture of active material particles, conductive carbon and binder additives deposited onto ...
Icy reactors break down microplastics
Icy reactors break down microplastics
An article in Angewandte Chemie International Edition finds that a frozen environment can accelerate the degradation of mi...
High-entropy capacitors
High-entropy capacitors
An article in Nature Materials uses entropy engineering to fabricate capacitors with high energy density.
Two-dimensional diamonds from sp2-to-sp3 phase transitions
Two-dimensional diamonds from sp2-to-sp3 phase transitions
The ability to change material properties through phase engineering has long been sought, with the goal of ad hoc tunabili...
The interface matters
The interface matters
An article in Nature Materials sheds light on the mechanisms underlying dendrite formation in solid-state batteries and sh...