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Twenty-five years of polymersomes: lost in translation?

In this minireview, we discuss the progress of polymersome formulations towards clinical translation and highlight key opportunities and challenges.

Graphical abstract: Twenty-five years of polymersomes: lost in translation?
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Minireview

Towards a classification strategy for complex nanostructures

The range of possible nanostructures is so large and continuously growing, that collating and unifying the knowledge connected to them, including their biological activity, is a major challenge.

Graphical abstract: Towards a classification strategy for complex nanostructures
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Focus

Materials science based on synthetic polysaccharides

Automated Glycan Assembly produces well-defined oligosaccharides for detailed structural characterization. These glycans can assemble into supramolecular materials with different morphologies.

Graphical abstract: Materials science based on synthetic polysaccharides
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Focus

Physical magnification of objects

For hundreds of years, scientists have magnified images of objects to reveal their detailed composition and structure. Now, scientists are beginning to physically magnify objects themselves.

Graphical abstract: Physical magnification of objects
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Open Access Review Article

Advances in design engineering and merits of electron transporting layers in perovskite solar cells

The electron transport layer plays an essential part for high-performing perovskite solar cells, on which successful extraction of charges from light harvester and the transfer to the electrode are critically dependent.

Graphical abstract: Advances in design engineering and merits of electron transporting layers in perovskite solar cells
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Lignin-based smart materials: a roadmap to processing and synthesis for current and future applications

Lignin-based smart materials are emerging into advanced material applications as stimuli-responsive actuators, sensors, controlled release systems, and more.

Graphical abstract: Lignin-based smart materials: a roadmap to processing and synthesis for current and future applications
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

The damaging effects of the acidity in PEDOT:PSS on semiconductor device performance and solutions based on non-acidic alternatives

Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):poly(styrene sulfonate), PEDOT:PSS, has been widely used as an effective hole transporting material in many different organic semiconductor devices for well over a decade.

Graphical abstract: The damaging effects of the acidity in PEDOT:PSS on semiconductor device performance and solutions based on non-acidic alternatives
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Erbium complexes as pioneers for implementing linear light-upconversion in molecules

Trivalent erbium, Er3+, with its 4f11 electronic configuration, was the first lanthanide cation for which linear upconversion could be induced in a molecular complex. The reasons for this success and its perspectives are discussed in this review.

Graphical abstract: Erbium complexes as pioneers for implementing linear light-upconversion in molecules
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

About the amplification factors in organic bioelectronic sensors

A systematic comparison between electrochemical and organic bioelectronic sensors reveals a unified rational description for a transistor amplified detection.

Graphical abstract: About the amplification factors in organic bioelectronic sensors
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Graphitic carbon nitride and polymers: a mutual combination for advanced properties

The present review highlights the combination of graphitic carbon nitride and polymers for materials with outstanding properties.

Graphical abstract: Graphitic carbon nitride and polymers: a mutual combination for advanced properties
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

It's a trap! On the nature of localised states and charge trapping in lead halide perovskites

The recent surge of scientific interest for lead halide perovskite semiconductors and optoelectronic devices has seen a mix of materials science sub-fields converge on the same “magical” crystal structure.

Graphical abstract: It's a trap! On the nature of localised states and charge trapping in lead halide perovskites
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Designing conjugated porous polymers for visible light-driven photocatalytic chemical transformations

A review on the recent developments in controlling the structural, photophysical and electronic properties of conjugated porous polymer (CPP) photocatalysts is presented.

Graphical abstract: Designing conjugated porous polymers for visible light-driven photocatalytic chemical transformations
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Review Article

Advances in designs and mechanisms of semiconducting metal oxide nanostructures for high-precision gas sensors operated at room temperature

A comprehensive review on designs and mechanisms of semiconducting metal oxides with various nanostructures for room-temperature gas sensor applications.

Graphical abstract: Advances in designs and mechanisms of semiconducting metal oxide nanostructures for high-precision gas sensors operated at room temperature
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Review Article

The progress and prospects of non-fullerene acceptors in ternary blend organic solar cells

This review summarizes the advantages of non-fullerene acceptors and their applications in ternary blend organic solar cells.

Graphical abstract: The progress and prospects of non-fullerene acceptors in ternary blend organic solar cells
From the themed collection: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Communication

Giant magnetoelectric effect in perpendicularly magnetized Pt/Co/Ta ultrathin films on a ferroelectric substrate

We demonstrate a giant magnetoelectric effect in perpendicularly magnetized Pt/Co/Ta ultrathin films on a ferroelectric substrate.

Graphical abstract: Giant magnetoelectric effect in perpendicularly magnetized Pt/Co/Ta ultrathin films on a ferroelectric substrate
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Monitoring supported lipid bilayers with n-type organic electrochemical transistors

An n-type, accumulation mode, microscale organic electrochemical transistor monitors the activity of a pore-forming protein integrated into a lipid bilayer.

Graphical abstract: Monitoring supported lipid bilayers with n-type organic electrochemical transistors
Open Access Communication

Self-stratification of amphiphilic Janus particles at coating surfaces

Durable hydrophobic coatings are created by adding amphiphilic Janus particles to binder polymers through the unique self-stratification behaviours, which offer a novel and cost-effective solution to challenges in waterborne emulsion coatings.

Graphical abstract: Self-stratification of amphiphilic Janus particles at coating surfaces
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Cost-effective materials discovery: Bayesian optimization across multiple information sources

Multi-information source Bayesian optimization and how it can be used to capture relevant information from cheap approximations to accelerate research in the materials sciences.

Graphical abstract: Cost-effective materials discovery: Bayesian optimization across multiple information sources
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Local manipulation of metamagnetism by strain nanopatterning

Our work demonstrates the local enhancement of antiferromagnetic phase stability in FeRh films by strain nanopatterning.

Graphical abstract: Local manipulation of metamagnetism by strain nanopatterning
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Open Access Communication

Graphene oxide nanosheets modulate spinal glutamatergic transmission and modify locomotor behaviour in an in vivo zebrafish model

The article reports that graphene oxide nanosheets (s-GO), by interfering with synapses, have the potential to be used as behavioural modulators.

Graphical abstract: Graphene oxide nanosheets modulate spinal glutamatergic transmission and modify locomotor behaviour in an in vivo zebrafish model
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Finally, inkjet-printed metal halide perovskite LEDs – utilizing seed crystal templating of salty PEDOT:PSS

Light-emitting diodes with an inkjet-printed active layer based on MAPbBr3 perovskite are produced for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Finally, inkjet-printed metal halide perovskite LEDs – utilizing seed crystal templating of salty PEDOT:PSS
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Biogenic fluorescent protein–silk fibroin phosphors for high performing light-emitting diodes

This work presents a new family of bio-hybrid light-emitting diodes (Bio-HLEDs) using all-bio color down-converting coatings that combine silk fibroin (SF) as a packaging matrix and fluorescent proteins (FPs) as emitters.

Graphical abstract: Biogenic fluorescent protein–silk fibroin phosphors for high performing light-emitting diodes
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Temperature dependence of the spectral line-width of charge-transfer state emission in organic solar cells; static vs. dynamic disorder

The origin of line-widths of electro-luminescent charge-transfer states in photovoltaic blends is evaluated and discussed in terms of vibrational theory.

Graphical abstract: Temperature dependence of the spectral line-width of charge-transfer state emission in organic solar cells; static vs. dynamic disorder
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Ice recrystallisation inhibiting polymer nano-objects via saline-tolerant polymerisation-induced self-assembly

Saline-tolerant PISA synthesis is developed, to generate poly(vinyl alcohol) based nanoparticles, which are potent ice recrystallisation inhibitors.

Graphical abstract: Ice recrystallisation inhibiting polymer nano-objects via saline-tolerant polymerisation-induced self-assembly
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Optical microresonator arrays of fluorescence-switchable diarylethenes with unreplicable spectral fingerprints

Photochromic microresonator arrays with whispering gallery mode fingerprints are successfully prepared, which function as high-security optical authentication microdevices.

Graphical abstract: Optical microresonator arrays of fluorescence-switchable diarylethenes with unreplicable spectral fingerprints
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Strong size selectivity in the self-assembly of rounded nanocubes into 3D mesocrystals

Depth-resolved structural analysis reveals strong size selectivity of self-assembled iron oxide nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Strong size selectivity in the self-assembly of rounded nanocubes into 3D mesocrystals
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Molecular-scale thermoelectricity: a worst-case scenario

Molecules with silent orbitals deliver high thermoelectric performance.

Graphical abstract: Molecular-scale thermoelectricity: a worst-case scenario
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Reconfigurable all-dielectric Fano metasurfaces for strong full-space intensity modulation of visible light

We demonstrated strong full-space modulation of visible intensities based on Fano resonances in all-dielectric VO2 metasurface gratings.

Graphical abstract: Reconfigurable all-dielectric Fano metasurfaces for strong full-space intensity modulation of visible light
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Key role of the meniscus shape in crystallization of organic semiconductors during meniscus-guided coating

The crystallization and film formation of organic semiconductors are controlled by the meniscus shape during meniscus guided coating for field-effect transistors.

Graphical abstract: Key role of the meniscus shape in crystallization of organic semiconductors during meniscus-guided coating
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Superfast and controllable microfluidic inking of anti-inflammatory melanin-like nanoparticles inspired by cephalopods

We report a microfluidic approach for superfast melanin-like nanoparticle preparation with tunable size and monodispersity.

Graphical abstract: Superfast and controllable microfluidic inking of anti-inflammatory melanin-like nanoparticles inspired by cephalopods
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Fast chemical force microscopy demonstrates that glycopeptidolipids define nanodomains of varying hydrophobicity on mycobacteria

We use chemical force microscopy with high spatiotemporal resolution to study the nanoscale distribution of hydrophobicity on living mycobacterial cells.

Graphical abstract: Fast chemical force microscopy demonstrates that glycopeptidolipids define nanodomains of varying hydrophobicity on mycobacteria
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

A nature-inspired protective coating on soft/wet biomaterials for SEM by aerobic oxidation of polyphenols

We introduce a nature-inspired coating for SEM imaging of hydrated soft biomaterials by aerobic oxidation of polyphenols.

Graphical abstract: A nature-inspired protective coating on soft/wet biomaterials for SEM by aerobic oxidation of polyphenols
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Preferred orientations of organic cations at lead-halide perovskite interfaces revealed using vibrational sum-frequency spectroscopy

Using vibrational sum frequency generation (VSFG) spectroscopy, we investigate the behaviour of organic cations at the surface of a series of multilayer lead halide perovskite systems, finding that the behaviour of the organic cations changes dramatically close to the interface.

Graphical abstract: Preferred orientations of organic cations at lead-halide perovskite interfaces revealed using vibrational sum-frequency spectroscopy
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Metal assisted chemical etching of silicon in the gas phase: a nanofabrication platform for X-ray optics

Gas-MacEtch of Si with a Pt catalyst allows vertical etching nanostructures with an extreme aspect ratio up to 10 000 : 1.

Graphical abstract: Metal assisted chemical etching of silicon in the gas phase: a nanofabrication platform for X-ray optics
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

3D texturing of the air–water interface by biomimetic self-assembly

The air–water interface can be textured according to the same self-assembly packing criteria that determine the wealth of 3D structures found in micellar and other amphiphilic meso-phases.

Graphical abstract: 3D texturing of the air–water interface by biomimetic self-assembly
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Beyond graphene oxide: laser engineering functionalized graphene for flexible electronics

We show a novel concept for the design of graphene-based materials via diazonium-mediated functionalization and subsequent laser treatment for flexible electronics.

Graphical abstract: Beyond graphene oxide: laser engineering functionalized graphene for flexible electronics
Open Access Communication

Understanding and designing one-dimensional assemblies of ligand-protected metal nanoclusters

This study demonstrates that controlling intra-cluster ligand interactions is important to obtain an assembled structure with the desired connecting structures.

Graphical abstract: Understanding and designing one-dimensional assemblies of ligand-protected metal nanoclusters
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Interface limited hole extraction from methylammonium lead iodide films

A new method is proposed to determine charge diffusion coefficient and transfer velocity to extraction layers. Hole diffusion coefficient in MAPbI3 is constant between 1016 – 1017 cm−3, a hallmark of band transport but overall extraction is interface limited.

Graphical abstract: Interface limited hole extraction from methylammonium lead iodide films
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

A versatile biomaterial ink platform for the melt electrowriting of chemically-crosslinked hydrogels

Click-crosslinked microperiodic hydrogels scaffolds from polymer melts: soft but surprisingly robust.

Graphical abstract: A versatile biomaterial ink platform for the melt electrowriting of chemically-crosslinked hydrogels
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

A simple yet effective AIE-based fluorescent nano-thermometer for temperature mapping in living cells using fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy

A novel nano-thermometer composed of butter and AIE molecules can be used for intracellular temperature mapping using fluorescence lifetime imaging.

Graphical abstract: A simple yet effective AIE-based fluorescent nano-thermometer for temperature mapping in living cells using fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Safer-by-design biocides made of tri-thiol bridged silver nanoparticle assemblies

A tri-thiol bio-inspired ligand triggers thiol-mediated silver nanoparticle assemblies. This novel nanomaterial delivers an amount of Ag(I) sufficient for biocidal activity but no release of AgNPs that makes it a safer solution for future applications.

Graphical abstract: Safer-by-design biocides made of tri-thiol bridged silver nanoparticle assemblies
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

The surface hybridization of diamond with vertical graphene: a new route to diamond electronics

Herein a method is proposed for engineering the electronic properties of diamond via surface hybridization with graphene.

Graphical abstract: The surface hybridization of diamond with vertical graphene: a new route to diamond electronics
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

When nanocellulose meets diffraction grating: freestanding photonic paper with programmable optical coupling

Bio-inspired chiral nematic cellulose films with periodic surface grating structures exhibit optically programmable photonic–photonic coupling.

Graphical abstract: When nanocellulose meets diffraction grating: freestanding photonic paper with programmable optical coupling
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Multiple morphologies and functionality of nanowires made from earth-abundant zinc phosphide

Semiconductors made of earth-abundant elements, such as zinc phosphide, have the potential to substitute less abundant, highly functional compound semiconductors such as InAs or InP.

Graphical abstract: Multiple morphologies and functionality of nanowires made from earth-abundant zinc phosphide
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Biomacromolecular charge chirality detected using chiral plasmonic nanostructures

The charge distributions of solvent exposed surfaces of complex biomolecules such has proteins are unique fingerprints.

Graphical abstract: Biomacromolecular charge chirality detected using chiral plasmonic nanostructures
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Resonant doping for high mobility transparent conductors: the case of Mo-doped In2O3

Superior transparent conducting properties of indium oxide realised by molybdenum donors resonant in the conduction band, avoiding detrimental effects of tin doping.

Graphical abstract: Resonant doping for high mobility transparent conductors: the case of Mo-doped In2O3
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

The role of traps in the photocurrent generation mechanism in thin InSe photodetectors

Due to the excellent electrical transport properties and optoelectronic performance, thin indium selenide (InSe) has recently attracted attention in the field of 2D semiconducting materials.

Graphical abstract: The role of traps in the photocurrent generation mechanism in thin InSe photodetectors
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Selective deposition of silver and copper films by condensation coefficient modulation

Patterning evaporated silver and copper films without metal removal using extremely thin printed organofluorine films to modulate metal vapour condensation.

Graphical abstract: Selective deposition of silver and copper films by condensation coefficient modulation
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Customizing H3Sb3P2O14 nanosheet sensors by reversible vapor-phase amine intercalation

Reversible post-synthetic modification of H3Sb3P2O14 nanosheet-based thin films by applying a facile two-step amine intercalation over the vapor phase.

Graphical abstract: Customizing H3Sb3P2O14 nanosheet sensors by reversible vapor-phase amine intercalation
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Growth of 2H stacked WSe2 bilayers on sapphire

Bilayer WSe2 nuclei were initially grown along the atomic steps of a sapphire substrate, resembling a “graphoepitaxial mechanism” and gradually formed into overlapped 2H stacked WSe2 bilayers.

Graphical abstract: Growth of 2H stacked WSe2 bilayers on sapphire
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Bright and fast scintillation of organolead perovskite MAPbBr3 at low temperatures

Scintillators detect ionising radiation by converting energy deposited in them to a proportional number of photons. They are omnipresent in large-scale technical applications around us. Here, we report excellent scintillation properties of perovskites at low temperatures providing the potential for a new generation of cryogenic scintillators. One intriguing option would be replacing current medical scintillation detectors with cryogenic perovskites that could achieve higher imaging resolutions, for example for diagnosing early-stage brain cancer.

Graphical abstract: Bright and fast scintillation of organolead perovskite MAPbBr3 at low temperatures
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Molecular spectroscopy in a solid-state device

The quantification of the electronic transport energy gap of a molecular semiconductor is essential for pursuing any challenge in molecular optoelectronics.

Graphical abstract: Molecular spectroscopy in a solid-state device
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Negative piezoelectric effect in an organic supramolecular ferroelectric

A pronounced and tunable negative piezoelectric effect in a family of organic small-molecular ferroelectrics is demonstrated and explained.

Graphical abstract: Negative piezoelectric effect in an organic supramolecular ferroelectric
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Reprogramming of cancer invasiveness and macrophage education via a nanostructured antagonist of the TGFβ receptor

An interactome network analysis reveals functional intervention of TGFβ signaling by nanodiamonds, which diminishes cancer metastasis, tumor-associated macrophage recruitment and M2 macrophage polarization.

Graphical abstract: Reprogramming of cancer invasiveness and macrophage education via a nanostructured antagonist of the TGFβ receptor
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Vanadyl phthalocyanines on graphene/SiC(0001): toward a hybrid architecture for molecular spin qubits

VOPc maintains an “oxygen-up” orientation and its spin on graphene is S = 1/2: this is an interesting system for qubit applications.

Graphical abstract: Vanadyl phthalocyanines on graphene/SiC(0001): toward a hybrid architecture for molecular spin qubits
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Measuring optical activity in the far-field from a racemic nanomaterial: diffraction spectroscopy from plasmonic nanogratings

Photograph of the experimental setup with light diffracting from a racemic nanoarray. The diffracted spectra change depending on the direction of circularly polarized illumination.

Graphical abstract: Measuring optical activity in the far-field from a racemic nanomaterial: diffraction spectroscopy from plasmonic nanogratings
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Ultrafast rotational motions of supported nanoclusters probed by electron diffraction

Femtosecond electron diffraction is established as goniometer of ultrafast nanocrystal rotations.

Graphical abstract: Ultrafast rotational motions of supported nanoclusters probed by electron diffraction
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Niobium oxide dihalides NbOX2: a new family of two-dimensional van der Waals layered materials with intrinsic ferroelectricity and antiferroelectricity

A new group of two-dimensional layered materials with intrinsic ferroelectricity and antiferroelectricity are identified through first-principles calculations.

Graphical abstract: Niobium oxide dihalides NbOX2: a new family of two-dimensional van der Waals layered materials with intrinsic ferroelectricity and antiferroelectricity
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Magnetically driven piezoelectric soft microswimmers for neuron-like cell delivery and neuronal differentiation

Wireless piezoelectric microrobots are biomedical devices with a potential use in high-precision minimally invasive therapies.

Graphical abstract: Magnetically driven piezoelectric soft microswimmers for neuron-like cell delivery and neuronal differentiation
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Ultrahigh hydrogen-sorbing palladium metallic-glass nanostructures

The hydrogenation mechanism in a Pd–Si–Cu metallic glass nanofilm, and its post-characterization by chronoamperometry/cyclic voltammetry and HR(S)TEM analyses.

Graphical abstract: Ultrahigh hydrogen-sorbing palladium metallic-glass nanostructures
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Ultra-programmable buckling-driven soft cellular mechanisms

We harnessed buckling which was once considered the epitome of design failure to develop mechanical metamaterials for soft robotic applications.

Graphical abstract: Ultra-programmable buckling-driven soft cellular mechanisms
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Bioinspired interface design modulates pathogen and immunocyte responses in biomaterial-centered infection combination therapy

Biologically inspired biomaterial interface design can regulate the behaviors of pathogens and immunocytes for “infection combination therapy”.

Graphical abstract: Bioinspired interface design modulates pathogen and immunocyte responses in biomaterial-centered infection combination therapy
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Reversely toposelective vapor deposition at normal pressure and temperature by capillary condensation

Nanotopography was utilized to coat previously hardest-to-reach surfaces and to bypass issues related to traditional vapor deposition methods.

Graphical abstract: Reversely toposelective vapor deposition at normal pressure and temperature by capillary condensation
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Green light lithography: a general strategy to create active protein and cell micropatterns

Micropatterns of functional protein are important in biotechnology and research.

Graphical abstract: Green light lithography: a general strategy to create active protein and cell micropatterns
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Nanoscale antiadhesion properties of sophorolipid-coated surfaces against pathogenic bacteria

By means of single-cell force nanoscopy we show that sophorolipid biosurfactants feature unusually strong antiadhesion properties against nosocomial pathogens involved in catheter-related infections.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale antiadhesion properties of sophorolipid-coated surfaces against pathogenic bacteria
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Hole delocalization as a driving force for charge pair dissociation in organic photovoltaics

Hole polaron delocalization on polymer chains helps charge separation by lowering the free energy of the spatially separated charge pair.

Graphical abstract: Hole delocalization as a driving force for charge pair dissociation in organic photovoltaics
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Carbohydrates@MOFs

MOFs have demonstrated outstanding properties for the protection and controlled release of different bio-entities, from proteins to living cells.

Graphical abstract: Carbohydrates@MOFs
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Enhanced electrochemical biosensor and supercapacitor with 3D porous architectured graphene via salt impregnated inkjet maskless lithography

Advances in solution-phase graphene patterning has provided a facile route for rapid, low-cost and scalable manufacturing of electrochemical devices, even on flexible substrates.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced electrochemical biosensor and supercapacitor with 3D porous architectured graphene via salt impregnated inkjet maskless lithography
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Nanocellulose films with multiple functional nanoparticles in confined spatial distribution

Laminated multifunctional bacterial cellulose nanocomposite with a millefeuille topographic distribution of inorganic nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Nanocellulose films with multiple functional nanoparticles in confined spatial distribution
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Open Access Communication

Dispersed nano-MOFs via a stimuli-responsive biohybrid-system with enhanced photocatalytic performance

MOF-based heterogeneous catalysts with enhanced dispersibility and photocatalytic property are realized via introducing pollen pivots.

Graphical abstract: Dispersed nano-MOFs via a stimuli-responsive biohybrid-system with enhanced photocatalytic performance
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
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