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The transfer of energy from nanomaterials to molecules can go both ways, causing the nanomaterials to photoluminesce over long timescales.

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Quantum effects allow samarium nickelate to mimic a shark's sixth sense, by detecting minute electric fields in salt water.

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Read our latest series and find out about materials science researchers in New Zealand and Australia.

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Comparing the results reported in thousands of papers about the properties of MOFs revealed that replicability could be a problem in material science.

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A nanotextured surface on a stainless steel alloy, produced by an electrochemical etching process, can kill bacteria while not harming mammalian cells.

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Adding a tiny amount of boron to a carbon-containing plasma can alter the grain size and electrical properties of the diamond film produced by the plasma.

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Using analytical techniques, scientists have discovered how the atomic structure of lithium-rich battery cathodes evolves during charging and discharging.

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Scientists have developed a new method for produce semiconducting graphene nanoribbons by heating a specially-prepared polymer.

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