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Researchers develop fully recyclable, self-healing soft robots made of a novel dynamic polymer, enabling rapid wireless reprogramming and reshaping into new functions. The material overcomes previous challenges in recyclability for sustainable soft robotics.
Aug 4th, 2023
Researchers develop revolutionary buckling metamaterials that leverage elastic instabilities to achieve extreme vibration damping, enabling lightweight yet stiff structures. The materials set hard limits on vibration transmission regardless of input acceleration.
Aug 2nd, 2023
Researcheres have developed a groundbreaking method for high-throughput mechanical exfoliation, enabling low-cost production of van der Waals nanosheets. The technique offers a significant advancement in the scalable fabrication of low-cost devices while maintaining excellent performance.
Jun 29th, 2023
Researchers are advancing high-density memory storage with an innovative method to form block copolymer structures. By pushing boundaries with unique tetragonally packed inverted cylinders, these novel structures bring us one step closer to ultra-compact future memory devices.
Jun 28th, 2023
Comprehensive analysis of nanocellulose as a promising component in the development of advanced flexible materials. Emphasizes potential applications in electronics, energy storage, and biomedicine, and investigates the challenges and future perspectives in the field.
May 16th, 2023
Researchers have developed a low-cost and simple method for printing electronics using regular pens and a benchtop plotter. This technique allows for the use of virtually any solution-processable nanomaterial ink without the need for expensive equipment or ink optimization, making printed electronics more accessible.
Apr 8th, 2023
Researchers report remarkable quantum composites based on polymers with fillers comprised of a van der Waals material that reveals multiple quantum condensate phases. The quantum composites revealed unusually high dielectric constant while remaining electrically insulating.
Mar 23rd, 2023
Researchers demonstrate a new way to create chiral nanostructures using a laser beam. By carefully controlling the direction of the laser beam's vibrations, the researchers created a variety of chiral structures made of platinum oxide in unique shapes, like twisted micropillars and spiral superstructures.
Mar 22nd, 2023