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Electronic properties news, June 2021

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

shape-memory actuator based on nanometer-thick platinum films capped with titanium dioxide could enable low-power, electrically programmable microrobots

Researchers have developed a novel manufacturing technique for producing flexible transistors from 2D semiconductors.

Researchers can gain more control over the electrical properties of 2D semiconducting materials by stacking them in specific geometries.

Researchers have shown that the atomic-level vibrations of graphene sheets coated in antibodies can be used to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Novel crystalline form of silicon for the next generation of electronic and energy devices

By shining laser light on semiconducting moiré superlattices, researchers have found a new class of electronic excited states called 'moiré trions'.

Biodegradable battery for the Internet of Things, integrated health monitoring, and environmental or agricultural sensing

Based on their predictions, researchers have developed a bismuth alloy with oddly behaving electrons that manipulate heat in unusual ways.

A new material made from carbon nanotubes and a Teflon-like polymer can generate electricity by scavenging energy from its environment.

Scientists struck a crystalline material with ultrafast pulses of laser light and then used X-rays to probe how its magnetic order changes.

high pressure shocks shown to lead to new forms of matter

By incorporating silicon chips into a polymer, researchers have created the first textile fiber with digital capabilities, able to store and analyze data.

A novel crystalline form of silicon with a hexagonal structure could help to create next-generation electronic and energy devices.

Researchers have discovered that a layered crystal made of rhenium and silicon can produce a highly efficient transverse thermoelectric generator.

Researchers have shown that quantum confinement can occur in perovskites, causing them to behave like liquid quantum dots, or 'quantum drops'.

Researchers have shown that 'bite-defects' in graphene nanoribbons can disrupt their electronic transport but also yield spin-polarized currents.

Researchers have found that a semimetal made of cerium, ruthenium and tin is quantum critical in its native state, without the need for any fine-tuning.

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