Swiss researchers have used polymer actuators to create a two-fingered robotic gripper that can pick up objects of arbitrary shape, weight or deformability.
The addition of plasmonic silver nanostructures has enhanced the external quantum efficiency of this QLED device by 46%.
Researchers from Northwestern University have assembled silicate nanosheets into thin dielectric films for solution-processed field-effect transistors.
A new solvothermal approach to synthesize ultrathin nanowires, with applications in flexile photodetectors, is demonstrated.
Guo et al. reported on a systematic elastic neutron scattering study of the charge correlations in La2CoO4 as a function of Sr-doping.
In this comprehensive review, the main research routes and technologies that are being followed to deliver high-performance electronic skin are discussed.
A KIT Young investigator group develops sustainable printing materials and inks for biodegradable electronic components.
An innovative and cheap method to produce bi- and trimodal Au–Ag and a hierarchical nanoporous Ni–Mn with excellent electrochemical properties is developed.
Yang et al. present a new method to tune the HOMO level of a TT-based polymer for higher efficiency polymer solar cells.
A new sensor technology could enable touchless displays that respond to moisture emitted by the human body.