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A novel neural network was able to reduce the time needed to discover promising materials for a flow battery from 50 years to five weeks.

By combining a conducting polymer, rubber and an ionic liquid, researchers have produced a conducting, flexible organic composite.

Scientists have developed an artificial photosynthesis system that utilizes nanotubes made of layers of cobalt oxide, silica and titanium dioxide.

Sheets that are just a single molecular layer thick could be used to detect toxic gases

Researchers have demonstrated that solar cells made from organic materials may be better than traditional silicon solar cells for use underwater.

Researchers have created a new rubber-like material based on plexiglass that could act as a replacement for human tissue in medical procedures.

Organic semiconductors improved by polymer combination

Using a novel etching solution, researchers have developed a new method for making MXenes that does away with the need for water.

A novel separator with conductive carbon nanotubes can prevent lithium-metal batteries from heating up and catching fire in case of a short circuit.

Researchers have designed a system that can produce large quantities of the 2D material known as MXene while preserving its unique properties.

Producing single crystalline GaN nanowire growth based on an amorphous substrate

Wearable all-solid-state supercapacitors with excellent performance

flakes of material decorated with tiny particles could prove useful for catalyzing hydrogen generation reactions

A fabric made using salts could be used to gather drinking water from the atmosphere

Nanosensors powered by a stream of bubbles can seek out explosives and related hazards in only a few minutes

Hydrogel can ultrasonically charge bioelectronic implants

By combining two different polymers, researchers have managed to produce an ink that does not require any doping to conduct electricity.

A novel nickel-iron catalyst and polymer electrode binder can produce hydrogen from water as well as a precious metal catalyst.

Scientists have developed a novel material made from graphene oxide and a protein that can self-assemble into tissue-like vascular structures.

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