Material Science

891 Bioinspired Adhesive Architectures: From Skin Patch to Integrated Bioelectronics.

890 Stability of Quantum Dots, Quantum Dot Films, and Quantum Dot Light‐Emitting Diodes for Display Applications.

889 Structurally Controlled Cellular Architectures for High‐Performance Ultra‐Lightweight Materials.

888 Ultrafast lasers can weld certain ceramics at room temperature.

887 High performance from extraordinarily thick organic light-emitting diodes.

886 Reducing the metabolic rate of walking and running with a versatile, portable exosuit.

885 An optimized magnesium bismuth material has good thermoelectric properties useful for cooling devices.

884 Surface charge printing for programmed droplet transport.

883 Bioinspired mechanically active adhesive dressings to accelerate wound closure.

882 A hybrid material that reversibly switches between two stable solid states.

881 Graphene's Latest Cousin: Plumbene Epitaxial Growth on a “Nano WaterCube”.

880 A Macrophage–Magnesium Hybrid Biomotor: Fabrication and Characterization.

879 MOFBOTS: Metal–Organic‐Framework‐Based Biomedical Microrobots.

878 Tetra‐PEG Based Hydrogel Sealants for In Vivo Visceral Hemostasis.

877 Responsive Liquid‐Crystal‐Clad Fibers for Advanced Textiles and Wearable Sensors.

876 Magnetically Addressable Shape‐Memory and Stiffening in a Composite Elastomer.

875 Signatures of tunable superconductivity in a trilayer graphene moiré superlattice.

874 Twist insertion into shape memory nanocomposite fibers provides a simple, low-cost route to untethered actuators.

873 Sheath-run artificial muscles.

872 Strain-programmable fiber-based artificial muscle.

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