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The 2018 Nobel prizes in chemistry and medicine celebrate tools for engineering biological materials.
An elastomer sheet with programmed inner channel architecture swiftly shapes into a desired three-dimensional geometry upon the application of pressure.
Sputtering brittle bismuth telluride onto webs of single-walled carbon nanotubes creates a reliably flexible, high-performance thermoelectric composite.
A crystal structure with one-dimensional order is identified in oxide ceramics, which is distinguished from the well-known categories of solid structures and potentially provides unexpected properties.
Hydrogen from surface-based electrolysis is implicated in the operation of high-speed magneto-ionic devices. Functionalizing this discovery, a new family of potentially high-speed, high-efficiency ionic devices is born.
Structural transitions departing from the known phases of MoTe2 are induced by applying a vertical electric field to multilayers of this material. These distorted structures show distinct conducting states that can be used for resistive memories.
Electro-optic modulators based on epitaxial barium titanate integrated on silicon can reach speeds up to 50 Gbit s–1.
The use of electrolyte gating to electrically control electronic, magnetic and optical properties of materials has seen strong recent growth, driven by the potential of the many devices and applications that such control may enable. Contrary to initial expectations of a purely electrostatic...
Solids are generally classified into three categories based on their atomic arrangement: crystalline, quasicrystalline and amorphous
. Here we report MgO and Nd2O3 ceramic phases with special atomic arrangements that should belong to a category of solids different from these three well known...
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