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Using artificial intelligence, researchers have designed random heteropolymers that can mimic many of the properties of natural proteins.

Using computer simulations and quantum calculations, researchers have modelled how charges are produced and transported in organic solar cells.

Understanding the complexities of complex materials

Using the technology behind predictive text, researchers have developed an AI model that can predict the properties of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

Using computational screening, researchers have discovered more than a dozen 2D semiconductor materials with high carrier mobility.

Researchers have calculated that 2D ferroelectric materals will bend in response to an electrical stimulus, allowing them to act as a nano-scale switch.

Using electron microscopy and computer modeling, researchers have studied the corrosion of metal alloys by molten salts in one, two and three dimensions.

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 created a set of computational models for predicting a hydrogel’s structure, mechanical properties and functional performance.

Using an atomic force microscope, researchers have been able to determine the distribution of potassium ions on the surface of mica.

Breakthrough in light-driven microelectronic devices

Researchers used a novel artificial intelligence technique to discover three new nanostructures, including a first-of-its-kind nanoscale ‘ladder'.

Researchers have developed a new method for detecting the exact moment when a defect known as a keyhole forms in printed metal parts.

Adding more charge-accepting ligands to the surface of semiconducting nanocrystals can produce interactions that reduce the rate of electron transfer.

Researchers have discovered that electrons play a surprising role in how energy is transferred between layers of 2D semiconductor materials.

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

Researchers have developed a new method for discovering unknown and unpredicted crystalline materials with two or more elements.

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

In a paper in Science, researchers have laid out their vision for electrolyte design in future generations of batteries.

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