Themed collection Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series

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Editorial

Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Shalini Singh, University of Limerick, Ireland

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigator, Dr Shalini Singh from the University of Limerick, Ireland.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Shalini Singh, University of Limerick, Ireland
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Ahu Gümrah Dumanli-Parry, University of Manchester, UK

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigator, Dr Ahu Gümrah Dumanli-Parry from the University of Manchester, UK.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Ahu Gümrah Dumanli-Parry, University of Manchester, UK
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Luciano Colazzo, Dr Christoph Wolf and Dr Yujeong Bae, IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience, South Korea

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nano researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigators, Dr Luciano Colazzo, Dr Christoph Wolf and Dr Yujeong Bae from the IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience, South Korea.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Luciano Colazzo, Dr Christoph Wolf and Dr Yujeong Bae, IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience, South Korea
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Saptarshi Das, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigator, Dr Saptarshi Das from Pennsylvania State University, USA.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Saptarshi Das, Pennsylvania State University, USA
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Ran Long, University of Science and Technology of China, China

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigator, Dr Ran Long from the University of Science and Technology of China, China.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Ran Long, University of Science and Technology of China, China
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Kayoko Kobayashi, Kyoto University, Japan

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigator, Dr Kayoko Kobayashi from Kyoto University, Japan.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Kayoko Kobayashi, Kyoto University, Japan
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Sukjoon Hong and Dr Joonmyung Choi, Hanyang University, South Korea

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our latest Emerging Investigators, Dr Sukjoon Hong and Dr Joonmyung Choi from Hanyang University, South Korea.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Sukjoon Hong and Dr Joonmyung Choi, Hanyang University, South Korea
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Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Huiyuan Zhu, Virginia Tech, USA

Our Emerging Investigator Series highlights exceptional work by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. This editorial features an interview with our first Emerging Investigator, Dr Huiyuan Zhu from Virginia Tech, USA.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series: Dr Huiyuan Zhu, Virginia Tech, USA
Editorial

Introducing the Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series

Our Emerging Investigator Series will highlight exceptional work published in Nanoscale Horizons by early-career researchers working in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Graphical abstract: Introducing the Nanoscale Horizons Emerging Investigator Series
Open Access Communication

Colloidal synthesis of the mixed ionic–electronic conducting NaSbS2 nanocrystals

Mixed ionic-electronic conducting NaSbS2 NCs with different sizes (50 to 90 nm) and shapes (cube, quasi-spherical cuboctahedra and truncated cubes) were synthesized using a colloidal approach by systematically changing the reaction parameters.

Graphical abstract: Colloidal synthesis of the mixed ionic–electronic conducting NaSbS2 nanocrystals
Open Access Communication

Edible cellulose-based colorimetric timer

A biocompatible and edible colorimetric timer is obtained by exploiting the dynamic colour changes of the cholesteric liquid crystalline mesophases of hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) in aqueous suspensions.

Graphical abstract: Edible cellulose-based colorimetric timer
Open Access Communication

Template-directed 2D nanopatterning of S = 1/2 molecular spins

We demonstrate fabrication of a surface-supported array of VOPc with controlled spin-spin distance, electronic decoupling from the substrate, and individual addressability to realize molecular qubit platforms interfaceable to solid state devices.

Graphical abstract: Template-directed 2D nanopatterning of S = 1/2 molecular spins
From the themed collection: 2024 Lunar New Year Collection
Communication

Hardware Trojans based on two-dimensional memtransistors

Hardware Trojans (HTs) have emerged as a major security threat for integrated circuits (ICs) owing to the involvement of untrustworthy actors in the globally distributed semiconductor supply chain.

Graphical abstract: Hardware Trojans based on two-dimensional memtransistors
Communication

Cu and Si co-doping on TiO2 nanosheets to modulate reactive oxygen species for efficient photocatalytic methane conversion

The Cu and Si co-doping could rationally regulate the electronic structure of TiO2 nanosheets and maneuver the reactive oxygen species for methane activation, which achieves significant photocatalytic methane conversion into ethane.

Graphical abstract: Cu and Si co-doping on TiO2 nanosheets to modulate reactive oxygen species for efficient photocatalytic methane conversion
From the themed collection: 2024 Lunar New Year Collection
Open Access Communication

Atomic-scale dents on cellulose nanofibers: the origin of diverse defects in sustainable fibrillar materials

Atomic-scale dent structures on the surfaces of cellulose nanofibers were detected. These dent parts constituted at least 30–40% of the total length of the dispersed nanofibers, and deep dents induced the kinking and fragmentation of nanofibers.

Graphical abstract: Atomic-scale dents on cellulose nanofibers: the origin of diverse defects in sustainable fibrillar materials
Communication

Molecular mechanics of Ag nanowire transfer processes subjected to contact loading by a PDMS substrate

A nanomechanical design method for the laser transfer process of a single AgNW is proposed. The nonlinear mechanical behavior of AgNWs with various geometric conditions is fully characterized through MD simulations and experiments.

Graphical abstract: Molecular mechanics of Ag nanowire transfer processes subjected to contact loading by a PDMS substrate
Communication

Heterostructured Bi–Cu2S nanocrystals for efficient CO2 electroreduction to formate

We report the proof-of-concept design of interfacial sites with a selectivity-governing and hydrogen evolution reaction-suppressing domain (Bi) and an electrokinetic-promoting domain (Cu2S) for efficient CO2 electroreduction to formate.

Graphical abstract: Heterostructured Bi–Cu2S nanocrystals for efficient CO2 electroreduction to formate
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About this collection

Nanoscale Horizons   is proud to present this growing web collection, highlighting the exceptional work being conducted by early-career nanoscience and nanotechnology researchers. It showcases rising stars in the early stages of their independent careers, who have been identified as having the potential to influence future directions in the field.

This collection features selected research articles and interview-style editorials from all of our Emerging Investigators, and will be updated when new Emerging Investigators are selected – so keep checking this page and watch the collection grow.

More details about the Emerging Investigator Series can be found in our introductory editorial. If you are eligible and interested in submitting a paper for potential inclusion in the series, please do contact the Editorial office (nanoscalehorizons-rsc@rsc.org) for details.

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