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Conquering residual light absorption in the transmissive states of organic electrochromic materials

Using a feedback loop between computational modeling probing electronic transitions and experimental work, the colors, transmissivity, and redox switching properties of a family of anodically coloring electrochromic molecules are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Conquering residual light absorption in the transmissive states of organic electrochromic materials
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Gels as emerging anti-icing materials: a mini review

This review summarizes the emerging anti-icing gels and corresponding anti-icing mechanisms, and provides a future perspective.

Graphical abstract: Gels as emerging anti-icing materials: a mini review
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Nanoprobe-mediated precise imaging and therapy of glioma

After rational component regulation and surface modification, functional nanoprobes could efficiently cross the blood–brain barrier and target gliomas to realize precise imaging, drug delivery or therapy for gliomas.

Graphical abstract: Nanoprobe-mediated precise imaging and therapy of glioma
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Bioinspired double network hydrogels: from covalent double network hydrogels via hybrid double network hydrogels to physical double network hydrogels

This minireview discusses the advantages and challenges in constructing bioinspired double-network hydrogels mimicking the structure and/or properties of biological tissue.

Graphical abstract: Bioinspired double network hydrogels: from covalent double network hydrogels via hybrid double network hydrogels to physical double network hydrogels
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Radiative heat transfer at the nanoscale: experimental trends and challenges

Beyond the usual surface-to-surface Planck's law of thermal radiation, nanoscale radiative heat transfer is experiencing a revolution.

Graphical abstract: Radiative heat transfer at the nanoscale: experimental trends and challenges
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Advanced technologies for the fabrication of MOF thin films

In this Minireview, we discuss several appealing approaches that have been developed in the last few years for the fabrication of MOF thin films, highlighting their assets and the challenges still faced.

Graphical abstract: Advanced technologies for the fabrication of MOF thin films
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Toward printable solar cells based on PbX colloidal quantum dot inks

This review summarizes the advances in solar cells based on PbX CQD inks, including both lab-scale and large-area photovoltaic devices.

Graphical abstract: Toward printable solar cells based on PbX colloidal quantum dot inks
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Atomic vibration as an indicator of the propensity for configurational rearrangements in metallic glasses

Vibrational parameters fare better in correlating with local properties than purely static structural parameters.

Graphical abstract: Atomic vibration as an indicator of the propensity for configurational rearrangements in metallic glasses
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ABO3 multiferroic perovskite materials for memristive memory and neuromorphic computing

This article systemically reviews ABO3 multiferroic perovskite materials and their applications in memristive memory and neuromorphic computing.

Graphical abstract: ABO3 multiferroic perovskite materials for memristive memory and neuromorphic computing
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Chemically modified carbon nanostructures and 2D nanomaterials for fabrics performing under conditions of operational tension and extreme environmental conditions

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Synthesis of 2D Ti3C2Tx MXene and MXene-based composites for flexible strain and pressure sensors

Typical synthesis methods toward two-dimensional (2D) Ti3C2Tx MXene and its application in flexible high-performance strain and pressure sensors.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of 2D Ti3C2Tx MXene and MXene-based composites for flexible strain and pressure sensors
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Progress on photocatalytic semiconductor hybrids for bacterial inactivation

Various semiconductor photocatalyst systems for photo-induced bacterial inactivation.

Graphical abstract: Progress on photocatalytic semiconductor hybrids for bacterial inactivation
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Harnessing selectivity in chemical sensing via supramolecular interactions: from functionalization of nanomaterials to device applications

We review the design and fabrication of selective chemical sensors based on low-dimensional materials functionalized with (supra)molecular receptors, from the choice of the analyte of interest to its final device integration.

Graphical abstract: Harnessing selectivity in chemical sensing via supramolecular interactions: from functionalization of nanomaterials to device applications
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Anisotropic conductive networks for multidimensional sensing

We review the present state and advances of the design and preparation strategies for fabricating multidimensional sensors based on anisotropic conducting networks.

Graphical abstract: Anisotropic conductive networks for multidimensional sensing
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Magnetic materials: a journey from finding north to an exciting printed future

This review summarizes the main concepts, technologies and recent reports that allow interconnecting printing technologies with magnetoactive materials.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic materials: a journey from finding north to an exciting printed future
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Heparanized chitosans: towards the third generation of chitinous biomaterials

Sulfation of chitosan makes this polymer a closer mimic of heparins and heparan sulfates, giving rise to the so called heparanized chitosan, that exert their biological activities through their capacity to interact with a range of biological targets.

Graphical abstract: Heparanized chitosans: towards the third generation of chitinous biomaterials
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Printing fabrication of large-area non-fullerene organic solar cells

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Lanthanide upconversion and downshifting luminescence for biomolecules detection

In this review article, we focus on recent advances in the detection of biomolecule activities based on lanthanide luminescent systems, including UCNPs, Ln-MOFs, and lanthanide organic complexes.

Graphical abstract: Lanthanide upconversion and downshifting luminescence for biomolecules detection
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Non-flammable liquid electrolytes for safe batteries

This review summarizes eight different strategies to formulate non-flammable liquid electrolytes to improve safety of alkali-metal-ion batteries such as lithium-ion, sodium-ion and potassium-ion batteries.

Graphical abstract: Non-flammable liquid electrolytes for safe batteries
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Molecular bases for temperature sensitivity in supramolecular assemblies and their applications as thermoresponsive soft materials

This review summarizes the recent advances in thermoresponsive supramolecular assemblies and the molecular level factors and parameters that can be tuned to achieve optimal responses for a variety of applications.

Graphical abstract: Molecular bases for temperature sensitivity in supramolecular assemblies and their applications as thermoresponsive soft materials
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Advances in materials and devices for mimicking sensory adaptation

This review summarizes the main concepts, recent developments, and several strategies for mimicking sensory adaptation; challenges and perspectives in this emerging field are also proposed.

Graphical abstract: Advances in materials and devices for mimicking sensory adaptation
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Modulating the optical properties and functions of organic molecules through polymerization

This review summarizes recent progress in the occurrence, mechanism and application for some of the materials with optical properties that are significantly improved through polymerization.

Graphical abstract: Modulating the optical properties and functions of organic molecules through polymerization
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Bonding, structure, and mechanical stability of 2D materials: the predictive power of the periodic table

Inverse dependence of 2D covalent bonding on bond length of elemental and isoelectronic binary monolayers of the main group elements II–VI. This behavior is also observed for the Young's modulus and ultimate strength.

Graphical abstract: Bonding, structure, and mechanical stability of 2D materials: the predictive power of the periodic table
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Metal–organic frameworks for chemical sensing devices

An emerging trend in the application of metal–organic frameworks is to engineer mobile devices to possess chemical detecting capabilities for environmental monitoring, point-of-care testing, artificial intelligence, food security and defence.

Graphical abstract: Metal–organic frameworks for chemical sensing devices
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Designing electrode materials for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide

A review discussing materials and mechanism for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide.

Graphical abstract: Designing electrode materials for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide
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Emerging polymer electrodes for aqueous energy storage

The state-of-the-art research development of emerging polymer electrode materials for aqueous batteries is overviewed. Guidance is provided on structural design and energy storage performance.

Graphical abstract: Emerging polymer electrodes for aqueous energy storage
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Ti3C2Tx MXene: from dispersions to multifunctional architectures for diverse applications

This review article critically evaluates the diverse strategies used in processing MXene into functional architectures, with an assessment of how processing variables influence properties and relevant device performance metrics.

Graphical abstract: Ti3C2Tx MXene: from dispersions to multifunctional architectures for diverse applications
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Iron oxide nanoparticles for immune cell labeling and cancer immunotherapy

Iron oxide nanoparticles (IONP) can be used for MRI-mediated immune cell tracking for improved cancer diagnosis and therapy. IONPs are also used in immunotherapeutic approaches such as cancer vaccines and hyperthermic therapy.

Graphical abstract: Iron oxide nanoparticles for immune cell labeling and cancer immunotherapy
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Luminescent copper indium sulfide (CIS) quantum dots for bioimaging applications

This review covers the main applications of copper indium sulfide quantum dots for bioimaging applications.

Graphical abstract: Luminescent copper indium sulfide (CIS) quantum dots for bioimaging applications
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A nano perspective behind the COVID-19 pandemic

Nano-scale interactions are key to understand the SARS-CoV-2 infectious potential and bio–nano sciences can provide hints on viral particles behaviour.

Graphical abstract: A nano perspective behind the COVID-19 pandemic
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Design strategies for improving the crystallinity of covalent organic frameworks and conjugated polymers: a review

This review summarizes the strategies for improving the crystallinity of covalent organic frameworks and conjugated polymers. The strategies include planarity modulation, fluorine substitution, side chain engineering, and so on.

Graphical abstract: Design strategies for improving the crystallinity of covalent organic frameworks and conjugated polymers: a review
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Advances in ultrasensitive piezoresistive sensors: from conventional to flexible and stretchable applications

This paper comprehensively reviews methods and approaches to enhance the piezoresistive effect, ranging from the quantum physical effect and new materials to nanoscopic and macroscopic structures, and from conventional rigid to soft electronic applications.

Graphical abstract: Advances in ultrasensitive piezoresistive sensors: from conventional to flexible and stretchable applications
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Toward autonomous design and synthesis of novel inorganic materials

We review recent progress in the development of self-driving laboratories and discuss their application to autonomous inorganic materials synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Toward autonomous design and synthesis of novel inorganic materials
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Electronic band structure of iridates

Crystal structure without distortion for orthorhombic SrIrO3 (left) and the room temperature in-plane band structure of SrIrO3(001) thin film (right). Here, the green, orange, and blue circles represent Sr, Ir, and O, respectively.

Graphical abstract: Electronic band structure of iridates
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A current overview of the oxidative desulfurization of fuels utilizing heat and solar light: from materials design to catalysis for clean energy

The design strategy and synthesis approach impact the physico-chemical properties, catalytic performances and reaction pathways of ODS catalysts.

Graphical abstract: A current overview of the oxidative desulfurization of fuels utilizing heat and solar light: from materials design to catalysis for clean energy
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Well-rounded devices: the fabrication of electronics on curved surfaces – a review

New innovations in the fabrication of curved surface electronics open up exciting possibilities in human–computer interaction, sensing, and other applications.

Graphical abstract: Well-rounded devices: the fabrication of electronics on curved surfaces – a review
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SnSe, the rising star thermoelectric material: a new paradigm in atomic blocks, building intriguing physical properties

Thermoelectric materials, which enable direct energy conversion between waste heat and electricity, are witnessing exciting developments due to innovative breakthroughs both in materials and the synergistic optimization of structures and properties.

Graphical abstract: SnSe, the rising star thermoelectric material: a new paradigm in atomic blocks, building intriguing physical properties
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Trust is good, control is better: a review on monitoring and characterization techniques for flow battery electrolytes

This review article summarizes the state-of-the-art techniques for the characterization and monitoring of flow battery electrolytes highlighting in particular the importance of the electrolyte state-of-charge and state-of-health assessment.

Graphical abstract: Trust is good, control is better: a review on monitoring and characterization techniques for flow battery electrolytes
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Applications of triarylborane materials in cell imaging and sensing of bio-relevant molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins

This review highlights recently developed biological applications of triarylboranes in cell imaging and as sensors for DNA, RNA, proteins, and bio-relevant small molecules using 1- and 2-photon excited fluorescence, Raman, and SERS.

Graphical abstract: Applications of triarylborane materials in cell imaging and sensing of bio-relevant molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins
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Chitin and chitosan on the nanoscale

Nanochitin and nanochitosan are nanowhiskers combining the structural strength of nanocellulose with the versatile chemistry of chitin/chitosan. We review their fabrication, properties and uses, with a focus on recent progress.

Graphical abstract: Chitin and chitosan on the nanoscale
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Electrocatalysis of gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters

Gold-based nanomaterials can be used in various electrocatalytic reactions. The rational tuning of their composition, architecture, and particle size can achieve enhanced electrocatalytic activity.

Graphical abstract: Electrocatalysis of gold-based nanoparticles and nanoclusters
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Recent advances in printed flexible heaters for portable and wearable thermal management

This review presents the recent progress of printed flexible heaters for portable and wearable thermal management.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in printed flexible heaters for portable and wearable thermal management
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Polydopamine antibacterial materials

This review focuses on the recent progress in polydopamine antibacterial materials, including their structural and functional features, preparation strategies, antibacterial mechanisms, and their biomedical applications.

Graphical abstract: Polydopamine antibacterial materials
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Energy-efficient transistors: suppressing the subthreshold swing below the physical limit

We review the physics, design, and optimization of four steep-slope transistors and demonstrate their potential and drawbacks.

Graphical abstract: Energy-efficient transistors: suppressing the subthreshold swing below the physical limit
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Toward the creation of high-performance heterogeneous catalysts by controlled ligand desorption from atomically precise metal nanoclusters

This review describes state-of-art techniques and knowledge on the creation of high-performance heterogeneous catalysts using atomically precise metal nanoclusters.

Graphical abstract: Toward the creation of high-performance heterogeneous catalysts by controlled ligand desorption from atomically precise metal nanoclusters
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Liquid–liquid interfaces: a unique and advantageous environment to prepare and process thin films of complex materials

This review summarizes the recent progress in a novel route to both synthesize and process complex and multi-component materials as thin films, based on interfaces between immiscible liquids, highlighting different materials and applications.

Graphical abstract: Liquid–liquid interfaces: a unique and advantageous environment to prepare and process thin films of complex materials
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Nanopores in two-dimensional materials: accurate fabrication

This comprehensive and critical review covers the recent important progress of the fabrication of nanopores in two-dimensional materials.

Graphical abstract: Nanopores in two-dimensional materials: accurate fabrication
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Recent advances toward environment-friendly photodetectors based on lead-free metal halide perovskites and perovskite derivatives

We present a review of the recent advances in environment-friendly photodetectors based on lead-free metal halide perovskites and perovskite derivatives.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances toward environment-friendly photodetectors based on lead-free metal halide perovskites and perovskite derivatives
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Biomaterial-mediated internal radioisotope therapy

Radiation therapy (RT), including external beam radiotherapy (EBRT) and internal radioisotope therapy (RIT), has been an indispensable strategy for cancer therapy in clinical practice in recent years.

Graphical abstract: Biomaterial-mediated internal radioisotope therapy
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Catalytic methods for chemical recycling or upcycling of commercial polymers

A review covering catalytic method development to enable efficient chemical recycling and upcycling of the most abundant commercial polymers.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic methods for chemical recycling or upcycling of commercial polymers
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Artificial intelligence and machine learning in design of mechanical materials

This review revisits the state of the art of research efforts on the design of mechanical materials using machine learning.

Graphical abstract: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in design of mechanical materials
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Niobium pentoxide based materials for high rate rechargeable electrochemical energy storage

This review summarizes the crystalline features, electrochemical characteristics, ions intercalation charge storage mechanisms, and recent advances in niobium pentoxide related materials for high-rate electrochemical energy storage.

Graphical abstract: Niobium pentoxide based materials for high rate rechargeable electrochemical energy storage
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Rare-earth quantum cutting in metal halide perovskites – a review

Ytterbium-doped lead halide perovskite (Yb3+:CsPbX3 with x = Cl or Cl/Br) nanocrystals and thin films have shown surprisingly efficient downconversion by quantum cutting with PLQYs up to 193%.

Graphical abstract: Rare-earth quantum cutting in metal halide perovskites – a review
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Boolean logic gate based on DNA strand displacement for biosensing: current and emerging strategies

The integration of various materials and technologies enables the intelligent SDLG biosensor to detect the different types of targets with high sensitivity and generate diversified output signals.

Graphical abstract: Boolean logic gate based on DNA strand displacement for biosensing: current and emerging strategies
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Recent progress in field-assisted additive manufacturing: materials, methodologies, and applications

Recent developments and major advances in field-assisted additive manufacturing technologies from aspects of materials, methodologies, and applications.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in field-assisted additive manufacturing: materials, methodologies, and applications
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Nitroxide radical polymers for emerging plastic energy storage and organic electronics: fundamentals, materials, and applications

We review the electrochemical theory, material design, and device fabrication for nitroxide radical polymers in emerging plastic energy storage and organic electronics.

Graphical abstract: Nitroxide radical polymers for emerging plastic energy storage and organic electronics: fundamentals, materials, and applications
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Review on the growth, properties and applications of self-assembled oxide–metal vertically aligned nanocomposite thin films—current and future perspectives

This review summarizes the recent progress in self-assembled oxide-metal nanocomposites, their design criteria using the in-plane strain compensation model, functionalities, and the coupling between electrical, magnetic and optical properties

Graphical abstract: Review on the growth, properties and applications of self-assembled oxide–metal vertically aligned nanocomposite thin films—current and future perspectives
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Magnetic skyrmions for unconventional computing

A rich variety of unconventional computing paradigms has been raised with the rapid development of nanoscale devices. Magnetic skyrmions, spin swirling quasiparticles, have been endowed with great expectations for unconventional computing.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic skyrmions for unconventional computing
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Porous flexible frameworks: origins of flexibility and applications

All major classes of porous crystalline frameworks including zeolites, metal–organic frameworks, covalent organic frameworks and hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks exhibit structural flexibilities.

Graphical abstract: Porous flexible frameworks: origins of flexibility and applications
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Revisiting staining of biological samples for electron microscopy: perspectives for recent research

This review revisits staining protocols for electron microscopy focussing on the visualization of active sites, i.e. enzymes, metabolites or proteins, in cells and tissues, which were never established as standard protocols in electron microscopy.

Graphical abstract: Revisiting staining of biological samples for electron microscopy: perspectives for recent research
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Highly selective gas sensing enabled by filters

Sorption, size-selective & catalytic film or particle-bed filters dramatically enhance gas sensor selectivity. We critically review 300+ articles and tutorially give guidelines for systematic filter design in air quality, health & food applications.

Graphical abstract: Highly selective gas sensing enabled by filters
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Material design strategies to improve the performance of rechargeable magnesium–sulfur batteries

This review encompasses the underlying working principles behind the most critical approaches to solve challenging issues in Mg–S batteries.

Graphical abstract: Material design strategies to improve the performance of rechargeable magnesium–sulfur batteries
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Engineered two-dimensional nanomaterials: an emerging paradigm for water purification and monitoring

This review aims to comprehensively summarize the significant developments in design strategies, processing approaches, and application-oriented techniques of 2D nanomaterials for water purification and monitoring.

Graphical abstract: Engineered two-dimensional nanomaterials: an emerging paradigm for water purification and monitoring
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Light-driven bimorph soft actuators: design, fabrication, and properties

This review provides an account of the state-of-the-art light-driven bimorph soft actuators from their fundamentals to emerging applications, as well as new perspectives on the future scope, opportunities, and challenges.

Graphical abstract: Light-driven bimorph soft actuators: design, fabrication, and properties
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Porous bioactive glass micro- and nanospheres with controlled morphology: developments, properties and emerging biomedical applications

Porous bioactive glass micro- and nanospheres are attractive biomaterials for biomedical applications: bone regeneration, wound healing, drug delivery and theranostics.

Graphical abstract: Porous bioactive glass micro- and nanospheres with controlled morphology: developments, properties and emerging biomedical applications
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Recent advances in dioxaborine-based fluorescent materials for bioimaging applications

Dioxaborine-based materials, including molecules and nanoparticles, possess various interesting photophysical properties allowing advanced bioimaging from cells to in vivo.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in dioxaborine-based fluorescent materials for bioimaging applications
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Solution-processed electronics for artificial synapses

Solution-processed artificial synapses are expected to develop the synaptic electronics towards flexible and highly integrated three-dimensional neural networks to break through the von Neumann computing architecture in the post-Moore era.

Graphical abstract: Solution-processed electronics for artificial synapses
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Nanozyme's catching up: activity, specificity, reaction conditions and reaction types

The gaps and catching up strategies between nanozymes and enzymes in terms of their activity, specificity, physiological reaction conditions and biologically relevant reactions are critically reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Nanozyme's catching up: activity, specificity, reaction conditions and reaction types
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Review on organosulfur materials for rechargeable lithium batteries

Lithium storage properties of organosulfur electrodes including organodisulfide, thioethers, organosulfide polymers and sulfurized polyacrylonitrile have been comprehensively reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Review on organosulfur materials for rechargeable lithium batteries
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Recent progress and challenges in solution blow spinning

In the past 30 years, researchers have worked towards reducing the size of ordinary three-dimensional (3D) materials into 1D or 2D materials in order to obtain new properties and applications of these low-dimensional systems.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress and challenges in solution blow spinning
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