Nanoscale Horizons 2018 Outstanding Paper awards
We would like to take the opportunity to recognize some of the outstanding work published in the journal, as well as the authors behind those articles, by awarding a select number of Outstanding Paper prizes.
Materials Horizons 2018 Outstanding Paper awards
Recognizing some of the most outstanding work published in Materials Horizons and the authors behind those articles.
Multifunctional nanozymes: enzyme-like catalytic activity combined with magnetism and surface plasmon resonance
Combining the intrinsic enzyme-mimicking properties of nanomaterials with their unique characteristics enables the design of multifunctional nanozymes for new biomedical applications and beyond.
Photocatalytic fixation of nitrogen to ammonia: state-of-the-art advancements and future prospects
The state-of-the-art developments in the photocatalytic reduction of N2 to NH3 are presented by classifying the photocatalysts based on chemical composition. Additionally, the correlation between the modification of catalysts and their photocatalytic activity is highlighted.
A location- and sharpness-specific tactile electronic skin based on staircase-like nanowire patches
A new stretchable tactile electronic skin sensor that could sense touch, location and sharpness is presented.
Bioinspired hierarchical composite design using machine learning: simulation, additive manufacturing, and experiment
A new approach to design hierarchical materials using convolutional neural networks is proposed and validated through additive manufacturing and testing.
None of us is the same as all of us: resolving the heterogeneity of extracellular vesicles using single-vesicle, nanoscale characterization with resonance enhanced atomic force microscope infrared spectroscopy (AFM-IR)
An innovative high-resolution nano-bio-spectroscopy approach to identify nanoscale differences in the structural composition of individual stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles.
Unidirectional water delivery on a superhydrophilic surface with two-dimensional asymmetrical wettability barriers
A superhydrophilic surface decorated with 2D hydrophobic water barriers is proven to be a potential platform for unidirectional liquid transport.
About this collection
From this year onwards, we would like to take the opportunity to recognize some of the outstanding work published in the journal, as well as the authors behind those articles, by annually awarding an Outstanding Paper prize. We would like to introduce you to the winners of the inaugural 2018 Outstanding Paper awards and hope that you enjoy reading their outstanding articles as much as we did. All articles will be free to access until the 31st May 2019 (free to access through a free RSC publishing personal account).
Please join us in congratulating our winners!