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Mechanical properties news, February 2021

Turning windows into energy generators

novel transparent metal oxide photovoltaic cells could turn windows into energy generators

Researchers have found a better way to produce an exotic class of gel, by simply mixing together water, oil and nanoparticles of quartz.

Quantum Information and Deep Learning for Turbulent Combustion Modeling & Simulation

By combining polymers and nanoparticles, researchers have created an injectable gel that doesn't melt when exposed to the temperature inside the body.

Researchers have found a way to get polymer gels to snap and reset themselves, relying solely on energy flow from their environment.

Professor Hongjin Fan announced as new Editor-in-Chief of Materials Today Energy.

Experiments and simulations have revealed how 2D boron nitride can transform into its ultra-hard, diamond phase at room temperature.

Inspired by Kombucha tea, researchers have developed a new way to generate tough, functional materials using a mixture of bacteria and yeast.

By utilizing a patterned, flexible elastomer, researchers have created stretchable electronics that are less compromised by deformation.

Researchers have developed a new method for smashing individual metal nanoclusters together to form macro-scale hunks of solid metal.

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