Themed collection 2020 Horizons Outstanding Paper Award Winners

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Editorial

Materials Horizons 2020 Outstanding Paper Award

Recognizing some of the most outstanding work published in Materials Horizons and the authors behind those articles.

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From the themed collection: 2020 Horizons Outstanding Paper Award Winners
Editorial

Nanoscale Horizons 2020 Outstanding Paper Award

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.

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Open Access Minireview

Evolution of self-healing elastomers, from extrinsic to combined intrinsic mechanisms: a review

We propose a timeline classifying self-healing polymers in generations based on the healing mechanism, and correlated with historical development.

Graphical abstract: Evolution of self-healing elastomers, from extrinsic to combined intrinsic mechanisms: a review
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Review Article

Dynamic DNA nanotechnology: toward functional nanoscale devices

This review presents recent advances and continuing challenges in the design, characterization, and modelling of dynamic DNA nanodevices.

Graphical abstract: Dynamic DNA nanotechnology: toward functional nanoscale devices
From the themed collection: 2020 Horizons Outstanding Paper Award Winners
Open Access Communication

The biomolecule corona of lipid nanoparticles contains circulating cell-free DNA

The biomolecule corona spontaneously adsorbed onto lipid-based nanoparticles (NPs), upon incubation with human plasma, contains circulating cell-free DNA (cfDNA).

Graphical abstract: The biomolecule corona of lipid nanoparticles contains circulating cell-free DNA
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Communication

Stretchable, self-healing and tissue-adhesive zwitterionic hydrogels as strain sensors for wireless monitoring of organ motions

Stretchable, self-healing, and fatigue resistant polyzwitterionic nanocomposite hydrogels with polydopamine robustly adhere to the heart and lungs for in situ monitoring of dynamic motions through wireless transmission.

Graphical abstract: Stretchable, self-healing and tissue-adhesive zwitterionic hydrogels as strain sensors for wireless monitoring of organ motions
From the themed collection: 2020 Horizons Outstanding Paper Award Winners
Communication

Lead-free, stable, high-efficiency (52%) blue luminescent FA3Bi2Br9 perovskite quantum dots

Lead-free Bi-based perovskite FA3Bi2X9 (X = Cl, Br, and I) quantum dots (QDs) are synthesized for the first time at room temperature. The ligand-passivated FA3Bi2Br9 QDs exhibit blue emission at 437 nm with photoluminescence quantum yield (PLQY) up to 52%.

Graphical abstract: Lead-free, stable, high-efficiency (52%) blue luminescent FA3Bi2Br9 perovskite quantum dots
From the themed collection: 2020 Horizons Outstanding Paper Award Winners
Communication

An ambient-stable and stretchable ionic skin with multimodal sensation

A diode-like artificial ionic skin for strain and humidity sensing with controlled ion mobility, high toughness, stretchability, ambient stability and transparency.

Graphical abstract: An ambient-stable and stretchable ionic skin with multimodal sensation
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We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Materials Horizons Outstanding Paper Award and 2020 Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Paper Award.

Please join us in congratulating our winners. We hope you enjoy reading their outstanding articles as much as we did.

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