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Using patchy particles, researchers built a micrometer-size model of graphene and used it to obtain insights into defects in 2D materials.

A common ingredient in traditional medicine goes under the microscope

Researchers have developed novel spin qubits by trapping electrons in chemically modified carbon nanotubes.

Trapped electrons traveling in circular loops inside graphene quantum dots could make novel magnetic field sensors.

A novel heterostructure made from layers of a topological insulator, graphene and superconducting gallium could make an efficient topological qubit.

conductive cellulose-based ink for printing 3D stretchable wearable electronics is cheaper and less energy intensive to produce

Using a metal-organic framework, researchers have created an engineered wood that gets stronger as it absorbs carbon dioxide.

Researchers have discovered that quantum geometry is primarily responsible for the superconductivity of magic-angle graphene.

Extremely short pulses from a high-powered laser can cause tiny defects in lithium-ion battery materials that actually enhance their performance.

Researchers have found a way to switch the superconductivity in magic-angle graphene on and off with short electric pulses.

Novel carbon-nanotube yarns can convert mechanical movement into electricity more effectively than other material-based energy harvesters.

self-sensing, self-healing composite could extend the life of composites used in transport and renewable energy applications

Improved high-voltage, hermetically sealed microbattery design

A novel nano-coating can protect spacecraft and satellites from harsh solar radiation while also harvesting energy for future use.

A combination of high-powered electron microscopy and computational modeling has revealed what occurs when lithium-ion batteries degrade.

The combination of a novel form of graphene and silicon carbide crystals could offer a platform for replacing silicon in nanoelectronics.

New ab-initio simulation unveils ways to reduce friction and wear

New electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries stops them catching fire

Reseachers have shown that their 'flash’ Joule heating process can both recover critical metals from old battery anodes and recondition them.

Chemically recycling PVC into usable material without using heat

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