Electronic properties news, May 2023

Researchers have created a superlattice of semiconducting quantum dots that can display the electrical conducting properties of a metal.

Researchers have developed a machine-knitted textile ‘skin’, using conducting yarns made of metallic fibers, that can sense contact and pressure.

autonomous, self-powered mechanical metamaterials perform basic computation

Researchers have confirmed the existence of the FFLO superconducting state in a double layer of molybdenum disulfide.

Researchers have discovered that the emergence of a charge density wave in a copper-oxide superconductor quenches atomic vibrations.

Researchers have developed a 3D-printing method for producing novel materials by mixing multiple aerosolized nanomaterial inks.

Stabilization by electron-accepting boron compounds helps structural analysis of anionic Pt(0) complexes

Electroconductive hydrogel for tissue repair, drug delivery and medical implants

Researchers have developed a novel method for measuring the spin of electrons in ‘magic-angle’ twisted bilayer graphene.

Inspired by the film that forms on warm milk, researchers have developed a novel method for fabricating 2D ionogel membranes.

Novel smart coatings for orthopedic implants have bacteria-killing nanopillars on one side and strain-mapping flexible electronics on the other.

Hierarchical carbon structures also show promise for CO2 capture

Using a state-of-the-art magnetic imaging technique, researchers have characterized a key property of a 2D superconducting material.

Researchers have shown that silver nanoparticles make an ideal connective material for use in thermoelectric modules.

Researchers have developed a novel technology for ‘growing’ layers of a 2D material directly on top of a fully fabricated silicon chip.

Researchers have developed the world’s first electrical transistor made of wood.

A new scientific tool called Polybot combines artificial intelligence with robotics to discover novel electronic polymer materials.

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