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After a decade of intense activity, the Graphene Flagship has helped to establish an incipient European graphene industry, yet mainstream commercialization of graphene products continues to be hindered by limited market readiness and industry acceptance.
The study of point defects in non-metallic crystals has become relevant for an increasing number of materials applications. Progress requires a foundation of consistent definitions and terminology. This Comment clarifies the underlying definitions of point defects, encourages the correct use of...
On the 10th anniversary of the Graphene Flagship, Nature Materials talks to Jari Kinaret, Professor of Physics at the Chalmers University of Technology and Director of the Graphene Flagship. We look back at the flagship’s challenges and achievements and discuss future graphene research and...
A bicontinuous conducting polymer hydrogel with high electrical conductivity, stretchability and fracture toughness in physiological environments achieves high-fidelity monitoring and effective stimulation of tissues and organs.
A safe, inhalable formulation of mucin-interacting hydrogel microparticles creates a dense protective network in the lungs against viral infections.
Controlling the twist angles between three α-phase molybdenum trioxide single layers enables the programmable and reconfigurable canalization of phonon polaritons along multiple in-plane directions.
A two-dimensional conjugated polymer is synthesized that demonstrates low electron effective masses and high mobility. These properties show that this material could act as a viable alternative to silicon-based semiconductors.
An ultra-microporous metal–organic framework glass foam shows outstanding gas sieving properties for challenging gas mixtures.
A two-dimensional atomically flat insulator with large dielectric constant and high breakdown field strength has been successfully grown. This material could serve as the dielectric and encapsulation layers for two-dimensional materials for studying their emergent physics, as well as for...
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