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Activating C?H bonds with isolated atoms

Copper decorated with lone platinum atoms catalyzes alkane conversions and resists fouling

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Rewritable paper goes technicolor

Metal-ligand complexes display a range of long-lasting colors that can be erased on demand, allowing paper to be reused

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Two-dimensional materials could enable low-power telecommunications

Atomically thin materials can be made into a new class of electronic devices for memory cells and telecom switches

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Scalable method to make tissue engineering material

New method produces 3-D-printable material with modifiable end groups

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Lowering the temperature for nitrogen splitting on paper

Computer simulations predict a new light-activated catalyst could make the Haber-Bosch process obsolete

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3-D printing improves popular polymer?s properties

Printed PDMS samples are stronger, stiffer, and less porous than ones made by conventional casting methods

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Spinning a triboelectric yarn

Material can be woven into textiles that harvest energy from motion

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This materials scientist is solving the problems of lithium-sulfur batteries

Yuegang Zhang shares how novel cathode designs may bring lightweight batteries to market

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Spinning yarn for a wash-and-wear energy harvester

The yarn can be woven into textiles that scavenge energy from motion to charge wearable devices

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Lowering the temperature on nitrogen splitting

Computer simulations predict a new light-activated catalyst could make the Haber-Bosch process obsolete

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New catalyst transforms carbon dioxide into commodity chemicals

A magnesium hydride complex pairs with a boron Lewis acid to selectively hydrosilylate CO2 and convert it to formaldehyde

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Material?s rotors spin freely and quickly

Metal-organic framework with rotating groups may play role in future molecular machines

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Voltage loss in Li-ion batteries explained

Study uncovers crystal structure change during discharging of experimental high-capacity batteries that leads to failure

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Ironing out graphene?s wrinkles

A new growth method produces graphene that?s smooth and pristine

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Electric eel inspires soft power source

Stacked miniature hydrogel compartments generate electricity via ion gradient

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A greener way to get lithium?

Sorbent could extract the battery material from geothermal power plant brine

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Catalyst treatment could boost exhaust cleanup

Steam treating enhances platinum?s durability and knack for scrubbing CO from engine emissions

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Metal-organic framework compound sets methane storage record

Sol-gel synthesis boosts the capacity of a common porous material

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Metal-organic framework compound sets methane storage record

Sol-gel synthesis boosts the capacity of a common porous material

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High-performance, flexible electronics printed on paper

Paper-based graphene and molybdenum disulfide transistors could send data from medical or environmental sensors to the cloud

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