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Researchers have created a sustainable polymer film by assembling plant proteins into materials that mimic spider silk on a molecular level.

New route to creating complex architectures from graphite powder

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

Researchers have developed a novel photopolymerization process for synthesizing two-dimensional polymers.

A novel separator based on a metal-organic framework can keep gas-based electrolytes from vaporizing in batteries that work at ultra-low temperatures.

Researchers have shown that covalent organic frameworks can be turned into a porous aerogel that could find use as a custom membrane in batteries.

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

high pressure shocks shown to lead to new forms of matter

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.

Inspired by the natural adhesives of mussels and barnacles, researchers have developed their own natural adhesive from fibrous silk proteins.

researchers reveal the secrets of transition metal-nitrogen-carbon (M-N-C) catalyst pyrolysis

A novel, low-cost, sustainable aerogel made from cellulose nanofibrils and alginate shows promise for use in drug delivery and wound dressing.

Researchers have chemically modified the organic material fluorenone for use in redox flow batteries, replacing expensive vanadium.

Researchers have shown how controlling the alignment of atoms at the surface of battery electrodes can enhance their interface with solid electrolytes.

Researchers have produced strong and flexible 3D-printable gels by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of alginate from seaweed.

By utilizing 'frontal polymerization', researchers have shortened the manufacturing process for vascular materials from two days to two minutes.

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