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An important step forward to making “valleytronics” devices for next-generation electronics and computing.
Counterintuitive behaviour of new metal-organic framework structure might help in the development of new types of micropneumatic devices, switches and mechanical actuators.
Nanoparticle synthesis by laser melting yields great benefits in size and shape specificity underwater.
“Metal inverse” materials could be used to cool down electronics devices and in a host of other thermal management applications.
Orientation can be either “armchair” or “zigzag”.
The large MEF induced by magnetic insulators might be used to control the spin in spintronics devices made from 2D materials.
Device could be used to store energy from renewable sources.
New work could improve photoelectrodes for solar-driven water splitting.
Nitrogen vacancy centre in nanodiamond could be used to monitor variations in electrochemical potential.
(with video) Toronto researchers have made the best oxygen-evolving reaction catalysts yet.
(with audio) The National Science Foundation in the US has announced the award of $17.8 million dollars to Penn State University for the development of a 2D materials user facility
Stanford researchers have solved the ‘infinite relative volume change’ problem that plagues lithium metal.
The device can also deliver metformin – a drug used to treat diabetes – through the skin.
New experiments reveal surprising behaviour on the nanoscale.
Fuel-cell catalysts and other nanomaterial applications may benefit from solvent processes that remove intercalated water.
New technique may be a simple, yet powerful strategy to improve the functional properties of ferroelectric films.
Harvard researchers extend “Plateau–Rayleigh” crystal growth technique to synthesize complex 1, 2 and 3D shapes.
An organic radical has been successfully harnessed to improve OLED efficiency and stability for the first time.
New technique could be used to fabricate a new generation of computing and sensing devices.
Topological protection could lead to better quantum computers.