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High-frequency sound waves can remove the rust that inhibits the performance of a novel battery technology based on the 2D material MXene.

Novel electrochemical transistor makes a stand

Researchers have developed an electrochemical transistor based on a new kind of electronic polymer and a vertical, instead of planar, architecture.

Researchers have developed a novel method that allows them to grow pure, defect-free 2D materials on industrial silicon wafers.

thin films of zirconium oxide could enable a next generation of low-voltage and -power nonvolatile memory and other nanoscale devices

Electrode screen-printing process for health monitoring

Italian researchers look to cellulose and carbon for ingestible devices

Improved high-voltage, hermetically sealed microbattery design

Breakthrough in light-driven microelectronic devices

Researchers have shown that the electromagnetic wave jamming of the 2D material MXene can be dynamically contolled by aplying a small voltage.

Researchers have developed an easy and cheap method for producing wearable electrodes entirely by screen-printing.

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

Researchers have developed a stretchable strain sensor that is both sensitive and capable of withstanding significant deformation.

A new method of heating and cooling called ‘ionocaloric cooling’ uses the movement of ions to induce a phase change in a mixture of salt and solvent.

A novel nanobrafication method works by creating the 3D pattern of a material in a hydrogel and then shrinking it down to the nanoscale.

The combination of a novel form of graphene and silicon carbide crystals could offer a platform for replacing silicon in nanoelectronics.

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