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Bioplastic derived from cactus leaves

Sandra Pascoe Ortiz, a chemical engineering professor at the University of the Valley of Atemajac, in Zapopan, Mexico, has created bioplastic derived from the...

Efficient and stable emission of warm white light from lead-free halide...

One-fifth of global electricity consumption is based on lighting; efficient and stable white-light emission with single materials is ideal for applications. Photon emission that...

Engineers print metal on flowers and jello

Martin Thuo of Iowa State University and the Ames Laboratory clicked through the photo gallery for one of his research projects. How about this one?...

Mysteries of ‘magic’ angle graphene superconductors

In spring 2018, the surprising discovery of superconductivity in a new material set the scientific community abuzz. Built by layering one carbon sheet atop...

‘Folded’ optical devices manipulate light in a new way

The future of optics The next generation of electronic devices, ranging from personal health monitors and augmented reality headsets to sensitive scientific instruments that would...

Graphene-based ink may lead to printable energy storage devices

Researchers have created an ink made of graphene nanosheets and demonstrated that the ink can be used to print 3-D structures. As the graphene-based...

New polymer tackles PFAS pollution

The problem of cleaning up toxic polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) pollution—commonly used in non-stick and protective coatings, lubricants and aviation fire-fighting foams—has been solved...

Polymers may be the key to single-molecule electronic devices

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology and the University of Tsukuba demonstrate that polymers could play a key role in the fabrication of single-molecule...

Method to evaluate comfort of smart and functional textiles

Until now, user-friendliness has been the focus of the development of smart and functional textiles. Now it is time to address comfort when wearing...

Researchers harvest 2-D materials, bringing them closer to commercialization

Since the 2003 discovery of the single-atom-thick carbon material known as graphene, there has been significant interest in other types of 2-D materials as...
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