Material Science

1021 Autonomous self-repair in piezoelectric molecular crystals.

1020 Self-assembled iron-containing mordenite monolith for carbon dioxide sieving.

1019 Superhydrophobic and Self-Healing Mg-Al Layered Double Hydroxide/Silane Composite Coatings on the Mg Alloy Surface with a Long-Term Anti-corrosion Lifetime.

1018 Principal Component Analysis to Determine the Surface Properties That Influence the Self-Cleaning Action of Hydrophobic Plant Leaves.

1017 Emerging Bioinspired Artificial Woods.

1016 Data storage using peptide sequences.

1015 Transparent origami glass.

1014 Ice is usually very brittle but becomes remarkably elastic when grown as long and thin fibers.

1013 Perovskite-type superlattices from lead halide perovskite nanocubes.

1012 Crystal critters: Self-ejection of crystals from heated, superhydrophobic surfaces.

1011 Multistable inflatable origami structures at the metre scale.

1010 Intercalating lithium into the insulating ZrNCl induces superconductivity and brings this material into the crossover regime.

1009 High-throughput injection molding of transparent fused silica glass.

1008 Discovery of a natural cyan blue: A unique food-sourced anthocyanin could replace synthetic brilliant blue.

1007 Three-dimensional nanoprinting via charged aerosol jets.

1006 Sustainable polyethylene fabrics with engineered moisture transport for passive cooling.

1005 Transport measurements in graphene trilayers indicate potentially unconventional superconductivity.

1004 A large electronic display textile that is flexible, breathable and withstands repeated machine-washing is integrated with a keyboard and power supply to create a wearable, durable communication tool.

1003 A strategy that combines freeze-casting and salting-out treatments produces strong, tough, stretchable and fatigue-resistant poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels.

1002 Developing fibrillated cellulose as a sustainable technological material.

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