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Researchers have confirmed that antimony is a topological material, and explored how its bulk and surface electrons respond to an external stimulus.

Using various forms of evidence, researchers have shown that uranium ditelluride displays many of the hallmarks of a topological superconductor.

Producing heavy fermions with cheap and non-radioactive materials

Resonant inelastic X-ray scattering has revealed both important similarities and subtle differences between superconducting nickelates and cuprates.

For the first time, researchers have fitted a monolayer of the semiconductor molybdenum disulfide with superconducting contacts.

Using a specially prepared rack, researchers have shown that the electronic properties of graphene can be specifically modified by mechanical stretching.

A new electrode made from an ultrathin silver film can help prevent light from becoming trapped in organic light emitting diodes.

By dispersing liquid metal droplets in an elastomer, researchers have created electrical circuits that are stretchy, self-healing and recyclable.

paper offers a cheap, flexible and biodegradable alternative substrate to silicon for simple electronic devices like disposable sensors

photonic composite based on biopolymers, silk proteins, and gold nanoparticles twists and bends in response to light

Researchers hope that carbon obtained from coffee grounds could build better and more sustainable batteries

Research into using structures called dendrimers to deliver photoactive materials into cancer cells could yield new approaches for therapy and diagnosis

Si/GaN could be ideal efficient and durable photoelectrode for photoelectrochemical systems capable of artificial photosynthesis

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