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Metals and alloys news, May 2019

A nanocomposite that combines polymer nanofibers and boron nitride nanosheets could make a superior dielectric material for flexible electronics.

Inks made from 2D materials like graphene can be coated onto a polyester fabric in a simple dyeing process to produce electronic components.

Researchers have developed a machine-learning algorithm that can accurately predict the mechanical properties of metal organic frameworks.

A novel coating can promote droplet formation and shedding in low-surface-tension fluids, thereby improving heat transfer.

Scientists have discovered that applying strain to 2D materials such as doped-graphene could increase their critical superconducting temperature.

A novel a bowl-shaped electrode catalyst with 'hot edges' can efficiently convert carbon dioxide into carbon-based fuels and chemicals.

Scientists have discovered a new layered ferromagnetic semiconductor, a material that could find use in next-generation electronic technologies.

The four-month accelerator, offering $50,000 in funding, is now accepting applications - apply before 30th May

Researchers are replacing trial and error with computational methods to more readily reveal promising new compositions

Now open for Original Research and Review article submission.

Using supercomputers, researchers are identifying the best combination of cobalt oxides and transition metals for converting heat to electricity.

Calling Early Career Researchers attending ChinaNANO.

Inspired by the skin of cephalopods such as squid, engineers have developed a new composite material that can trap or release heat as desired.

By finding a way to untangle polymer chains, researchers have managed to produce thin polymer films that can conduct heat.

In Cooper pair insulators, pairs of electrons are held in check by repulsive interactions between them, not by any disorder in the atomic lattice.

one-pot synthesis produces Au nanoparticles with porous shells of tiny CeO2 nanoparticles of varying thickness for catalysis and plasmonics

Bioglass nanoparticles containing strontium ions stimulate human-derived stem cells to differentiate into bone-forming cells

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