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Treating living matter as a material has immense biomedical potential, but it’s worth acknowledging how the notion unsettles longstanding preconceptions and raises challenging new questions.
The van der Waals material Fe3–x
GeTe2 is shown to be a strong candidate for a ferromagnetic nodal-line semimetal with a very large anomalous Hall effect.
A two-step deposition method has been developed that enables the conformal coating of textured surfaces with perovskite films. This allows the realization of perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells with increased short-circuit current density.
An orally administered bifunctional gastrointestinal coating has been developed and shown to limit nutrient absorption through the bowel mucosa ultimately lowering blood glucose and also acting as a platform for delivery of drugs to the gastrointestinal tract.
Magnetization in magnetoresistive memory devices can be controlled at room temperature by spin–orbit torques originating from the surface states of topological insulators.
Line defects in two-dimensional borophene can self-assemble into new crystalline phases, blurring the distinctions between perfect and defective crystal.
A quantitative description of sound wave propagation in suspensions of self-propelled colloidal particles is achieved by combining microfluidics, video microscopy and theory.
The past decade has witnessed the accelerating development of immunotherapies for cancer treatment. Immune checkpoint blockade therapies and chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapies have demonstrated clinical efficacy against a variety of cancers. However, issues including...
The localization of charge carriers by electronic repulsion was suggested by Mott in the 1930s to explain the insulating state observed in supposedly metallic NiO. The Mott metal–insulator transition has been subject of intense investigations ever since
—not least for its relation to...
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