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Nanomaterials

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In the presence of a moiré pattern, electrons in graphene organize themselves into stripes, providing a link with superconductors.

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Using a helium-ion microscope, researchers have created the world's densest nano arrays for anchoring magnetic fluxons in superconductors.

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Scientists have shown that thin films of rust, or iron oxide, can generate electricity when saltwater flows over them.

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Segregated sections of ‘zigzag’ and ‘armchair’ facets on carbon nanotubes growing from a solid catalyst are more stable than a circular arrangement.

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Graphene membranes covered in polymeric chains are better at capturing carbon dioxide than previous high-performance membranes.

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By combining thin organic layers with thick layers of hybrid perovskite, researchers have developed micrometer-thick organic light-emitting diodes.

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With the help of a novel insulator made of calcium fluoride, scientists have created an ultra-thin transistor with excellent electrical properties.

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CNTs produce sticky tape for extreme environments

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Researchers have shown that coating zinc oxide nanowires with amorphous titania can enhance their ability to catalyze the water-splitting reaction.

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Interview with Dr David Simpson from the University of Melbourne about diamond quantum probes.

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Materials Today Interview with Prof Philip Demokritou from Harvard University about nanomaterial toxicology.

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