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marine planktonic organism, Acantharia, has a star-shaped endoskeleton of 20 spicules in a unique geometric pattern

Synthesizing perovskites more effectively

energy efficient process uses bacteria to produce bone-like porous CaCO3-based composites

Scalable, automatable process for energy-efficient building materials

Researchers have developed a semiconductor metasurface that can dynamically steer light pulses from incoherent light sources like LEDs.

Using artificial intelligence, researchers have designed random heteropolymers that can mimic many of the properties of natural proteins.

Researchers have developed a stronger, greener form of concerete made from extra-terrestrial dust, potato starch and a pinch of salt.

Using computer simulations and quantum calculations, researchers have modelled how charges are produced and transported in organic solar cells.

Researchers have developed a new method for structurally splitting, editing and reconstituting specific layered nanomaterials.

A new technique can reveal how materials respond – at the nanoscale and in near-real time – when they are scratched, indented or experience shear stress.

Understanding the complexities of complex materials

Using the technology behind predictive text, researchers have developed an AI model that can predict the properties of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

Researchers have discovered that the charge density waves in a kagome lattice crystal are directly linked to its magnetism.

Researchers have developed a versatile technique for manufacturing soft polymer materials in a dozen different structures.

Researchers have developed a liquid-metal-filled organogel composite with high electrical conductivity, high stretchability and self-healing properties.

A new polymer material made from interconnected microscale knots is far tougher than identically structured but unknotted materials.

Using computational screening, researchers have discovered more than a dozen 2D semiconductor materials with high carrier mobility.

A novel plasmonic paint utilizes a nanoscale structural arrangement of aluminum and aluminum oxide to create different colors.

A novel superconducting hydride material operates at a temperature and pressure low enough for practical applications.

A novel conductive polymer coating could lead to longer lasting, more powerful lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles.

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