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Bioengineers have developed injectable hydrogels with bioactive molecules anchored to the chemical crosslinkers that give the gels structure.

A new sulfur-based cathode material for lithium batteries is more energy-dense and environmentally friendly than traditional cathode materials.

The electronic properties of the 2D semiconductor tungsten disulfide can be dramatically changed by doping it with carbon-hydrogen molecules.

Engineers have developed a high-throughput computational method to design new hybrid organic-inorganic materials for solar cells and LEDs.

A new clean, green technique uses high-frequency sound waves to produce customized metal-organic frameworks in minutes.

Materials Today Chemistry - Special Issue: Functional Interfaces based Nanomaterials for Applications in Environment and Chemistry

A novel two-step, ultra-clean process for fabricating a 2D transistor separates the ‘messy’ fabrication steps from the 2D semiconductor layer.

A nanocomposite that combines polymer nanofibers and boron nitride nanosheets could make a superior dielectric material for flexible electronics.

Chinese researchers offer a simple route to bandgap engineering

Cardiac patch that can be placed directly onto the heart for treatment of heart disease

Researchers have developed a machine-learning algorithm that can accurately predict the mechanical properties of metal organic frameworks.

quasiparticles detected experimentally for the first time

A novel a bowl-shaped electrode catalyst with 'hot edges' can efficiently convert carbon dioxide into carbon-based fuels and chemicals.

A novel foam made primarily from cellulose nanocrystals works better than Styrofoam for insulation.

The four-month accelerator, offering $50,000 in funding, is now accepting applications - apply before 30th May

Scientists have used extremely high pressures and temperatures to dope nanodiamonds with elements such as silicon and argon.

Scientists have developed a next-generation plastic that can be recycled again and again into new materials of any color, shape or form.

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