Angle-Insensitive and CMOS-Compatible Subwavelength Color Printing

The proposed color filter devices produce distinctive reflection colors that are easily tuned via a one-step fabrication process.

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Light-driven soft robot mimics caterpillar locomotion in natural scale

Scientists have now created a light-driven soft micro robot to mimic caterpillar locomotion in natural scale.

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MicroRNA-Responsive Drug Release System for Selective Photodynamic Therapy

A microRNA-responsive drug release system will strengthen the selectiveness of the photodynamic therapy system.

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The Effects of Molecular Chirality on Liquid Crystals

Liquid crystals with a bent-core have revolutionized research in soft condensed matter chemistry and physics.

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1D nanostructures enable novel photonic devices in lieu of liquid crystal-based techniques

The ability to control the structural properties at the microscopic level in real-time allows the optical properties of the host medium to dynamically change .

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Tissue-engineered fibrin-based heart valve

The BioTexValve demonstrates the potential of bio-inspired textile-reinforcement for the fabrication of functional tissue-engineered heart valves for the aortic position.

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Chemical approaches to 2D materials

Chemical approaches to 2D materials: A special issue of Advanced Materials

Scaffold-free tissue engineering to create a human neural tissue construct

This new tissue engineering approach may be useful to establish a technology for regenerative medicine and drug discovery using the patient’s own neurons.

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Efficient radiative pumping of polaritons in a strongly coupled microcavity

This analysis demonstrated that the polariton states are most likely formed when the excited dye molecules in the cavity emit a photon, with this photon then directly exciting the photon-like part of the polariton.

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Plasmon-mediated photocatalysis – Pd nanoparticles in a double role

Pd nanosheets function both as broadband light absorbers and as synthetic catalysts for the dehydrogenation of formic acid to hydrogen and oxygen.

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