Advanced Optical Materials – September Issue Covers

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A new twist for structural colour

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Reflecting 30% of the light that hits it, the Pollia condensata berry uses structural colour—no chemical pigments—to outshine even the morpho butterfly.

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Down to the breadboard: getting to know Rainer Waser

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Getting to know Rainer Waser, director of EMRL and winner of the 2014 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize.

Advanced Optical Materials – August Issue Covers

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Getting back to the basics of nanomaterials for better nanomedicine

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Can’t see the forest for the nanowire trees? Take a leaf out of this book, and get back to nanomaterial basics to improve nanomedicine.

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Advanced Optical Materials – July Issue Covers

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Advanced Optical Materials – June Issue Covers

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Sensors, OPV modules, and light extractors: Advanced Optical Materials in May

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A Chemical Switch for Physical Release

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Structural transformations of nanoscale boroxines allow the controlled release of guest molecules.

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Good news all around for OLED displays

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Researchers fabricate transparent metal electrodes of just 5 nm, significantly improving the efficiency and angular colour stability of white OLED devices.