Latest Nature Materials Stories
Scientists have developed a new method of creating nanoporous materials with potential applications in everything from water purification to chemical sensors.
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) was developed to help return lost function to patients with upper and lower extremity injuries and spinal cord injuries, among other applications.
Materials that emit visible light after being exposed to sunlight are commonplace and can be found in everything from emergency signage to glow-in-the-dark stickers.
The technology yielding flexible solar cells with an 18.7% world record efficiency developed by scientists at Empa, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, has now been published in “Nature Materials”.
Researchers have created the most efficient solar cell ever made based on collodial-quatum-dots (CQD).
An international team of researchers from France and Germany has developed a new material which is the first to react magnetically to electrical fields at room temperature.
Scientists can now look deeper into new materials to study their structure and behavior.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have now created the first tunable acoustic diode-a device that allows acoustic information to travel only in one direction, at controllable frequencies.
In an advance that could open new avenues for solar cells, lasers, metamaterials and more, researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated the first optoelectronically active 3-D photonic crystal.
A new family of contrast agents that sneak into bacteria disguised as glucose food can detect bacterial infections in animals with high sensitivity and specificity.
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