Researchers fabricate transparent metal electrodes of just 5 nm, significantly improving the efficiency and angular colour stability of white OLED devices.
Most people consider oil spills in seawater repellent, but the filefish takes oleophobicity to a new level.
In a proof-of-concept study, authors in Italy have demonstrated electric field-controlled switching between stable states in a porous material containing nematic liquid crystals.
Bigger is not necessarily better: when it comes to culturing fibroblasts on nanowire substrates, there are several reasons to reconsider the use of long nanowires.
Controlled physical placement of quantum dots inside block copolymer microspheres determines the combined emission characteristics.
Voltage-dependent diffraction switching makes a hybrid liquid crystal–carbon nanotube device a good candidate for high-resolution displays.
Structure–property relationships of single crystals are analysed such that their spontaneous and stimulated emission properties can be quantified based on their crystal structures.