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Characterization news, February 2023

Plant waste promises biocompatible bioplastics

lupin hull biowaste could offer a cheap, abundant, and environmentally friendly, feedstock for biomaterials and bioplastics

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

3D-printing structures for housing human cells using self-assembling peptide ink

Reseachers have discovered that antiferroelectric thin films become ferroelectric below a certain thickness.

Researchers have developed a new type of microscope for the real-time visualization of the solid electrolyte interphase in lithium-ion batteries.

new cermet inspired by the bricks-and-mortar structure of natural nacre demonstrates promising properties for structural load-bearing applications

For the first time, researchers have managed to trap the quasiparticles known as excitons in simple stacks of two-dimensional materials.

Researchers have discovered a novel quasiparticle that allows the thermal conductivity of ferroelectric materials to be altered by an electrical stimulus.

Researchers have visualized how the atoms in a perovskite crystal lattice rearrange themselves when a high-energy charge carrier is created in their midst.

Researchers have discovered that nanoscale defects and mechanical stress can cause the solid electrolytes in lithium-metal batteries to fail.

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

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Scientists have uncovered the mechanisms that cause a mixture of cornstarch and water known as ‘oobleck’ to switch between a liquid and a solid.

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