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Electronic properties news, September 2015

Scientists have used imperfections running through liquid crystals as a template for the synthesis of novel materials.

A non-toxic, inexpensive cathode material for sodium-ion batteries is more stable than previous versions.

A new stretchable, transparent conductor can be stretched and released at least 10,000 times without showing signs of fatigue.

A team of physicists has induced stable ferroelectricity in a sheet of strontium titanate only a few nanometers thick.

Ultra strong coupling for improved performance in microcavity OLEDs.

Japanese arts of origami (paper folding) and kirigami (paper cutting) inspire scientists and engineers to make graphene into three-dimensional structures.

Scientists have announced the first observation of a dynamic Mott transition in a superconductor.

Understanding exciton behavior in photovoltaic materials

A new 'electron camera' shows how individual atoms move to form wrinkles in a single layer of molecules.

Scientists have discovered that plastics don't need to possess ordered polymer chains in order to conduct electricity.

Canadian physicists have produced superconducting graphene for the first time, by coating it with lithium atoms.

A new one-step process can make carbon-based nanomaterials that possess superior physical properties in three dimensions.

Working with Nissan, a team of researchers have successfully developed a platinum-free catalyst, for use in fuel cells for the car's of tomorrow.

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