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The arts and social sciences communities could enhance the commercial prospects of new materials.
Nanoparticle-enabled, sustained delivery of soluble hydrophilic cytokines and hydrophobic inhibitors engages the innate and adaptive immune systems to fight cancer.
A powerful new set of tools combining artificial synthesis and in situ characterization of correlated oxides unites the processes of materials discovery and understanding, and reveals the origin of a dimensionality-induced metal–insulator transition.
The role of dispersion forces in molecule–metal bonding has often been underestimated or ignored. Two groups now report independent single-molecule experiments that illustrate and quantify the effect of such interactions on bonding strength.
In semiconducting polymers, the mobility of negative charges is typically much smaller than that of positive charges. Identification of a universal electron-trap level that is associated with water complexation now clarifies this difference and provides guidelines for the design of improved...
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