Nanomaterials news, May 2023

Researchers have created a superlattice of semiconducting quantum dots that can display the electrical conducting properties of a metal.

autonomous, self-powered mechanical metamaterials perform basic computation

Using computer simulations, researchers have shown that bipyramid nanoparticles can form clathrate structures with gaps for guest molecules.

Researchers have confirmed the existence of the FFLO superconducting state in a double layer of molybdenum disulfide.

Researchers have shown that epitaxial strain can be used to create high-quality metal oxide thin films out of ‘stubborn’ metals.

atomic-scale composition of regrowing bone in a bioceramic scaffold revealed for the first time using an atom probe

By analyzing polymer nanoparticles with X-ray scattering, researchers have discovered that crystal structures are not always regularly arranged.

Researchers have developed a 3D-printing method for producing novel materials by mixing multiple aerosolized nanomaterial inks.

Researchers used artificial intelligence to identify novel 2D transition metal halide materials with large magnetic moments.

Researchers have developed a novel method for measuring the spin of electrons in ‘magic-angle’ twisted bilayer graphene.

Researchers have developed a nanoparticle-coated sponge that can remove metals like lead and cobalt from contaminated water.

Using computer modeling, researchers have discovered that stacked pancakes of liquid magnetism can arise in layered helical magnets.

Novel smart coatings for orthopedic implants have bacteria-killing nanopillars on one side and strain-mapping flexible electronics on the other.

Hierarchical carbon structures also show promise for CO2 capture

Using a state-of-the-art magnetic imaging technique, researchers have characterized a key property of a 2D superconducting material.

Using a high-powered microscopy technique, researchers have uncovered a new metric for understanding how soft materials yield to stress.

Researchers have developed a novel technology for ‘growing’ layers of a 2D material directly on top of a fully fabricated silicon chip.

Using graphene oxide and manganese dioxide particles, researchers have managed to make a battery cathode in the shape of a thread-like fiber.

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