New research solves two major problems in strechable electronics: poor adhesion and troublesome photopatterning.
Researchers present a molybdenum disulfide–palladium composite system for highly sensitive detection of hydrogen at room temperature.
C. Fan and co-workers tune the crystallinity of hematite nanorods for high-efficiency photoelectrochemical water splitting
The first symposium in Australia dedicated to the subject of 2D nanomaterials research, 2D15, took place in Melbourne on the 10th-11th March, 2015.
This month’s International Year of Light article reviews the optoelectronic properties of black silicon and gives guidelines how to optimize the relevant physical parameters.
A modular concept is developed to tune the electronic structure in organic self-assembled monolayers and their interfaces.
High-temperature shape memory thin films have been prepared at room temperature by magnetron sputtering technique.
Craig Hawker and co-workers from UC Santa Barbara review the synthesis and many applications of end-functionalized poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT).
The use of natural substrates as masters to create elastomeric replicas for stretchable electronic devices is demonstrated.