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The strain created by growing 2D crystals over 3D objects can be used to tailor the crystals' optoelectronic properties.

Chemists have found a way to improve the speed and durability of smart glass by providing a better understanding of how the glass works at the nanoscale.

By incorporating liquid metal droplets into an elastomer, researchers have created a highly stretchable, soft, multi-functional composite.

The electronic properties of the 2D semiconductor tungsten disulfide can be dramatically changed by doping it with carbon-hydrogen molecules.

Nanocubes coated with single-stranded DNA chains assemble into an unusual ‘zigzag’ arrangement that has never been observed before.

A novel two-step, ultra-clean process for fabricating a 2D transistor separates the ‘messy’ fabrication steps from the 2D semiconductor layer.

By permanently stressing graphene with a novel laser technique, researchers have been able to provide it with the largest ever band gap.

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.

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

A novel foam made primarily from cellulose nanocrystals works better than Styrofoam for insulation.

A novel nano-container can take up hydrophobic compounds of various sizes and shapes in water and then release them in response to light.

Scientists have used extremely high pressures and temperatures to dope nanodiamonds with elements such as silicon and argon.

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Researchers have developed a new protective layer for carbon nanotubes that can protect them from environmental contamination.

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