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Researchers have created a nanomaterial catalyst that needs only the power of light to convert ammonia into clean-burning hydrogen fuel.

Adding organic ammonium salts to the perovskite surface can help to regulate and reduce unwanted energy loss in perovskite solar cells.

A novel embroidery technique that utiizes copper wires and polymer coatings offers a low-cost, scalable method for making wearable devices.

New sustainable thermal management material from cellulose

Researchers have demonstrated a new technique for directly printing electronic circuits onto curved and corrugated surfaces.

Dendrites can be prevented from travelling between electrodes in a solid-state lithium-metal battery by simply applying mechanical stress.

Researchers have turned Raman spectroscopy into a scientific ‘ruler’ to understand how 2D materials expand on exposure to heat.

A new way to guide the self-assembly of a wide range of nanoscale structures, including parapets and aqueducts, uses simple polymers as starting materials.

smart paper packaging with built-in graphene sensor could offer real-time warnings of spoiled food or temperature conditions likely to cause spoilage

oil-in-water droplet microtechnology produces uniform, small-volume tumor organoids with two compartments for improved cell culture

Researchers have shown that nickel oxide can display responses to brief electrical pulses that are similar to learning.

Researchers have deduced that the thermal Hall effect in a magnetic insulator is caused by bosons in the presence of a novel force-field.

flexible three-dimensional piezoelectric nanocomposite with integrated electrodes makes useful energy harvesting device

Researchers have uncovered the dance that goes on between cerium, sulfates and water in a cerium-based flow cell battery.

Researchers have predicted the existence of tiny picophotonic waves that can propagate in semiconductors like silicon.

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