Functional electronic inversion layers at ferroelectric domain walls Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-20 J. A. Mundy, J. Schaab, Y. Kumagai, A. Cano, M. Stengel, I. P. Krug, D. M. Gottlob, H. Doğanay, M. E. Holtz, R. Held, Z. Yan, E. Bourret, C. M. Schneider, D. G. Schlom, D. A. Muller, R. Ramesh, N. A. Spaldin, D. Meier
Electric-field control of the conductivity of domain walls in ferroelectric ErMnO3 has been demonstrated. Reversible switching between conducting and insulating states is attributed to an inversion layer, which provides a channel for conduction.
Colony stimulating factor-1 receptor is a central component of the foreign body response to biomaterial implants in rodents and non-human primates Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-20 Joshua C. Doloff, Omid Veiseh, Arturo J. Vegas, Hok Hei Tam, Shady Farah, Minglin Ma, Jie Li, Andrew Bader, Alan Chiu, Atieh Sadraei, Stephanie Aresta-Dasilva, Marissa Griffin, Siddharth Jhunjhunwala, Matthew Webber, Sean Siebert, Katherine Tang, Michael Chen, Erin Langan, Nimit Dholokia, Raj Thakrar, Meirigeng Qi, Jose Oberholzer, Dale L. Greiner, Robert Langer, Daniel G. Anderson
By studying the immune responses of animals to different types of biomaterial implants, colony stimulating factor-1 receptor is revealed as an important mediator of the foreign body reaction and a possible target for fibrosis inhibition.
Direct 3D mapping of the Fermi surface and Fermi velocity Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-13 K. Medjanik, O. Fedchenko, S. Chernov, D. Kutnyakhov, M. Ellguth, A. Oelsner, B. Schönhense, T. R. F. Peixoto, P. Lutz, C.-H. Min, F. Reinert, S. Däster, Y. Acremann, J. Viefhaus, W. Wurth, H. J. Elmers, G. Schönhense
Time-of-flight momentum microscopy is developed. It enables direct three-dimensional mapping of the topology of the Fermi surface, identification of electron and hole pockets, and quantification of Fermi velocity as a function of wavevector.
Photoelectrochemical water splitting in separate oxygen and hydrogen cells Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-13 Avigail Landman, Hen Dotan, Gennady E. Shter, Michael Wullenkord, Anis Houaijia, Artjom Maljusch, Gideon S. Grader, Avner Rothschild
Solar water splitting is promising for hydrogen production and solar energy storage, but for large-scale utilization cost must be reduced. A membrane-free approach in separate oxygen and hydrogen cells brings water splitting closer to applications.
Controlling the growth of multiple ordered heteromolecular phases by utilizing intermolecular repulsion Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-13 Caroline Henneke, Janina Felter, Daniel Schwarz, F. Stefan Tautz, Christian Kumpf
It is now shown that the phase of heteromolecular submonolayer films formed by adsorbates with opposite intermolecular interactions can be controlled by tuning the density of the gas phase of the species with repulsive character.
Heteromolecular phases: Opposite interaction matters Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-13 Christian Teichert
Low-energy electron microscopy reveals how growth of multiple ordered heteromolecular phases can be steered by utilizing intermolecular repulsion.
A fully organic retinal prosthesis restores vision in a rat model of degenerative blindness Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-03-06 José Fernando Maya-Vetencourt, Diego Ghezzi, Maria Rosa Antognazza, Elisabetta Colombo, Maurizio Mete, Paul Feyen, Andrea Desii, Ambra Buschiazzo, Mattia Di Paolo, Stefano Di Marco, Flavia Ticconi, Laura Emionite, Dmytro Shmal, Cecilia Marini, Ilaria Donelli, Giuliano Freddi, Rita Maccarone, Silvia Bisti, Gianmario Sambuceti, Grazia Pertile, Guglielmo Lanzani, Fabio Benfenati
A retinal prosthesis fabricated from an organic photovoltaic polymer can restore degenerative blindness in vivo, and over long implantation periods.
The microstructure and micromechanics of the tendon–bone insertion Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-27 L. Rossetti, L. A. Kuntz, E. Kunold, J. Schock, K. W. Müller, H. Grabmayr, J. Stolberg-Stolberg, F. Pfeiffer, S. A. Sieber, R. Burgkart, A. R. Bausch
High-resolution imaging, composition analysis and mechanical testing provide a new insight into the structure and function of the Achilles enthesis.
Evidence for anionic redox activity in a tridimensional-ordered Li-rich positive electrode β-Li2IrO3 Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-27 Paul E. Pearce, Arnaud J. Perez, Gwenaelle Rousse, Mathieu Saubanère, Dmitry Batuk, Dominique Foix, Eric McCalla, Artem M. Abakumov, Gustaaf Van Tendeloo, Marie-Liesse Doublet, Jean-Marie Tarascon
For high-capacity electrodes with anionic redox, the importance of structural dimensionality has not been elucidated. The possibility of triggering anionic redox activity in a tridimensional-ordered Li-rich positive electrode is now demonstrated.
Antifogging abilities of model nanotextures Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-27 Timothée Mouterde, Gaëlle Lehoucq, Stéphane Xavier, Antonio Checco, Charles T. Black, Atikur Rahman, Thierry Midavaine, Christophe Clanet, David Quéré
The antifogging properties of a structured surface can be considerably enhanced if the feature size is small enough and if the feature shapes are cones rather than cylinders.
Colloidal alloys with preassembled clusters and spheres Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-27 Étienne Ducrot, Mingxin He, Gi-Ra Yi, David J. Pine
Complex colloidal crystal structures can be obtained by a combination of preassembled units and DNA-mediated interactions. This enables, for instance, the generation of a MgCu2 structure with interpenetrating diamond and pyrochlore sublattices.
Material Witness: Metallic hydrogen in the spotlight Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Philip Ball
Material Witness: Metallic hydrogen in the spotlight
Bottom-up synthesis: Wired metal–organic chalcogenides Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Fernando Rey, José L. Jordá
Self-assembled transition metal–organic chalcogenide nanowires pave the way to a new family of electron conducting materials with tunable properties.
Glasses: Achieving long phonon lifetimes Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Maxim Goryachev, Michael E. Tobar
Spectral hole burning is now demonstrated with phonons in amorphous systems, leading to highly reduced phonon dissipation and, therefore, long phonon lifetimes.
Spintronics: Current-switched magnetic insulator Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Jörg Wunderlich
Exploiting the spin Hall effect acting on magnetic oxides outlines an unprecedented path towards low-power, non-volatile spintronics devices.
Porous materials: Lining up metal–organic frameworks Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Neil R. Champness
A new report demonstrates an innovative approach to aligning crystallites of metal–organic frameworks such that thin films are created with oriented channels — potentially overcoming one of the major barriers to application of these highly topical materials.
Membranes from academia to industry Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22
Andrew Livingston (Imperial College London) and Richard Baker (Membrane Technology and Research) talk to Nature Materials about the perks and pitfalls of membrane research and development, and how activities at the new Barrer Centre might lead to next-generation separation technologies.
From water to organics in membrane separations Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22 Ryan P. Lively, David S. Sholl
Membrane materials provide economical means to achieve various separation processes — and their capabilities for processing organic fluids look set to expand significantly.
The state of flux Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-22
The development of new membrane materials for chemical separations is progressing rapidly, and their commercial success will require a more concerted effort from academia and industry.
Visualizing excitations at buried heterojunctions in organic semiconductor blends Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-20 Andreas C. Jakowetz, Marcus L. Böhm, Aditya Sadhanala, Sven Huettner, Akshay Rao, Richard H. Friend
A pump–push–probe time-resolved technique is developed to characterize the dynamics of photoexcitations at buried, disordered interfaces. Applied to organic bulk heterojunctions, the method provides insight on charge separation in photovoltaic films.
A non-volatile organic electrochemical device as a low-voltage artificial synapse for neuromorphic computing Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-20 Yoeri van de Burgt, Ewout Lubberman, Elliot J. Fuller, Scott T. Keene, Grégorio C. Faria, Sapan Agarwal, Matthew J. Marinella, A. Alec Talin, Alberto Salleo
A neuromorphic device based on the stable electrochemical fine-tuning of the conductivity of an organic ionic/electronic conductor is realized. These devices show high linearity, low noise and extremely low switching voltage.
Unravelling surface and interfacial structures of a metal–organic framework by transmission electron microscopy Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-20 Yihan Zhu, Jim Ciston, Bin Zheng, Xiaohe Miao, Cory Czarnik, Yichang Pan, Rachid Sougrat, Zhiping Lai, Chia-En Hsiung, Kexin Yao, Ingo Pinnau, Ming Pan, Yu Han
The operational conditions used for electron microscopy can limit the insight that can be gained from fragile material samples. It is shown here how high-resolution TEM analysis of delicate MOFs can be achieved.
Organic electronics: Battery-like artificial synapses Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-20 J. Joshua Yang, Qiangfei Xia
Borrowing the operating principles of a battery, a three-terminal organic switch has been developed on a flexible plastic substrate. The device consumes very little power and can be used as an artificial synapse for brain-inspired computing.
Organic photovoltaics: Pushing the knowledge of interfaces Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-20 Natalie Banerji
The use of a spectroscopy technique called pump–push–probe electro-absorption provides insight into the energetic landscape of nanostructured donor–acceptor interfaces in bulk-heterojunction organic solar cells.
Strong evidence for d-electron spin transport at room temperature at a LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-13 Ryo Ohshima, Yuichiro Ando, Kosuke Matsuzaki, Tomofumi Susaki, Mathias Weiler, Stefan Klingler, Hans Huebl, Eiji Shikoh, Teruya Shinjo, Sebastian T. B. Goennenwein, Masashi Shiraishi
Room-temperature spin transport is achieved in the d-electron-based two-dimensional electron gas at the LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface.
A zero-thermal-quenching phosphor Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-13 Yoon Hwa Kim, Paulraj Arunkumar, Bo Young Kim, Sanjith Unithrattil, Eden Kim, Su-Hyun Moon, Jae Young Hyun, Ki Hyun Kim, Donghwa Lee, Jong-Sook Lee, Won Bin Im
A blue-emitting phosphor without thermal quenching is reported. The emission losses at high temperatures are compensated by a counter mechanism, originating in energy transfer between electron–hole pairs and thermally activated defect levels.
A magnetic heterostructure of topological insulators as a candidate for an axion insulator Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-13 M. Mogi, M. Kawamura, R. Yoshimi, A. Tsukazaki, Y. Kozuka, N. Shirakawa, K. S. Takahashi, M. Kawasaki, Y. Tokura
An engineered topological insulator-based heterostructure is reported to show transport properties consistent with the realization of an axion insulator.
Universal lower limit on vortex creep in superconductors Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-13 S. Eley, M. Miura, B. Maiorov, L. Civale
A very slow vortex creep in BaFe2(As0.67P0.33)2 films is found experimentally. The authors also claim the existence of a universal lower limit on vortex creep for any superconductor.
Distance-dependent magnetic resonance tuning as a versatile MRI sensing platform for biological targets Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-02-06 Jin-sil Choi, Soojin Kim, Dongwon Yoo, Tae-Hyun Shin, Hoyoung Kim, Muller D. Gomes, Sun Hee Kim, Alexander Pines, Jinwoo Cheon
By pairing a paramagnetic enhancer with a superparamagnetic quencher, their distance-dependent interaction can be applied to image biological processes using MRI.
Endocytic reawakening of motility in jammed epithelia Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-30 Chiara Malinverno, Salvatore Corallino, Fabio Giavazzi, Martin Bergert, Qingsen Li, Marco Leoni, Andrea Disanza, Emanuela Frittoli, Amanda Oldani, Emanuele Martini, Tobias Lendenmann, Gianluca Deflorian, Galina V. Beznoussenko, Dimos Poulikakos, Kok Haur Ong, Marina Uroz, Xavier Trepat, Dario Parazzoli, Paolo Maiuri, Weimiao Yu, Aldo Ferrari, Roberto Cerbino, Giorgio Scita
Increased cellular expression of RAB5A, an important regulator of endocytic processes, brings epithelial cells from a jammed state to coordinated motion, and can facilitate wound closure, gastrulation and migration in constrained environments.
Corrigendum: Real-space imaging of interfacial water with submolecular resolution Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25 Jing Guo, Xiangzhi Meng, Ji Chen, Jinbo Peng, Jiming Sheng, Xin-Zheng Li, Limei Xu, Jun-Ren Shi, Enge Wang, Ying Jiang
Corrigendum: Real-space imaging of interfacial water with submolecular resolution
Supercapacitors: Porous materials get energized Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25 Alexandru Vlad, Andrea Balducci
By making use of a semiconducting metal–organic graphene analogue, researchers propose a new generation of supercapacitors with potential as tunable molecular materials for energy.
X-ray imaging: Reaching the third dimension Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25 Ian Robinson, Xiaojing Huang
X-ray imaging in three dimensions is now possible from a set of 2D coherent Bragg diffraction patterns. This approach overcomes the necessity of having to rotate the sample for a 3D reconstruction.
Material Witness: Old gold — or new? Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25 Philip Ball
Material Witness: Old gold — or new?
Superconductivity: Controlling magnetism Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25 Alexander A. Golubov, Mikhail Yu. Kupriyanov
Manipulation of the magnetic state in spin valve structures by superconductivity has now been achieved, opening a new route for the development of ultra-fast cryogenic memories.
As thin as it gets Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-25
As the family of 2D materials expands to include transition metal dichalcogenides and Xenes, novel fundamental properties and applications come to light.
Materials for next-generation molecularly selective synthetic membranes Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-23 William J. Koros, Chen Zhang
Liquid and gas purification using membrane materials permits a wide range of critical industrial processes, and here it is discussed how they might achieve molecular selectivity.
Three-dimensional imaging of dislocation dynamics during the hydriding phase transformation Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-16 A. Ulvestad, M. J. Welland, W. Cha, Y. Liu, J. W. Kim, R. Harder, E. Maxey, J. N. Clark, M. J. Highland, H. You, P. Zapol, S. O. Hruszkewycz, G. B. Stephenson
Coherent diffractive imaging during hydriding of palladium nanocrystals reveals that phase nucleation begins after dislocation nucleation at the phase boundary for large particles. The hydrogen-rich phase resembles a spherical cap.
A charge density wave-like instability in a doped spin–orbit-assisted weak Mott insulator Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-16 H. Chu, L. Zhao, A. de la Torre, T. Hogan, S. D. Wilson, D. Hsieh
TSr3Ir2O7 is shown to realize a weak Mott state with no cuprate analogue and to exhibit, when electron doped, a charge density wave-like Fermi surface instability with unconventional and possibly short-ranged nature.
Buckled two-dimensional Xene sheets Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-16 Alessandro Molle, Joshua Goldberger, Michel Houssa, Yong Xu, Shou-Cheng Zhang, Deji Akinwande
The current state-of-the-art and possible future developments on two-dimensional silicene, germanene, and stanene sheets (called 2D-Xenes), and their ligand-functionalized derivatives (Xanes), are discussed.
Two-dimensional assemblies from crystallizable homopolymers with charged termini Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-09 Xiaoming He, Ming-Siao Hsiao, Charlotte E. Boott, Robert L. Harniman, Ali Nazemi, Xiaoyu Li, Mitchell A. Winnik, Ian Manners
Uniform, hierarchical 2D nanostructures with controlled shapes can be prepared from homopolymers with charged end-groups using a crystallization-driven assembly process.
Modelling heterogeneous interfaces for solar water splitting Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2017-01-09 Tuan Anh Pham, Yuan Ping, Giulia Galli
Hydrogen generation from water and sunlight offers a promising way to produce carbon-free energy. Recent progress in predicting properties of heterogeneous interfaces for solar water splitting using first-principles approaches is now reviewed.
Hybrid metal–organic chalcogenide nanowires with electrically conductive inorganic core through diamondoid-directed assembly Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-26 Hao Yan, J. Nathan Hohman, Fei Hua Li, Chunjing Jia, Diego Solis-Ibarra, Bin Wu, Jeremy E. P. Dahl, Robert M. K. Carlson, Boryslav A. Tkachenko, Andrey A. Fokin, Peter R. Schreiner, Arturas Vailionis, Taeho Roy Kim, Thomas P. Devereaux, Zhi-Xun Shen, Nicholas A. Melosh
The use of diamondoids as structure-directing agents allows the synthesis of metal–organic chalcogenide nanowires with an inorganic core having a three-atom cross-section and band-like conductivity.
Designer vaccine nanodiscs for personalized cancer immunotherapy Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-26 Rui Kuai, Lukasz J. Ochyl, Keith S. Bahjat, Anna Schwendeman, James J. Moon
High-density lipoprotein nanodiscs loaded with immunostimulatory biomolecules can target draining lymph nodes for cancer vaccination.
Retraction: Framing upconversion materials Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Yoan C. Simon, Christoph Weder
Retraction: Framing upconversion materials
Retraction: Fast and long-range triplet exciton diffusion in metal-organic frameworks for photon upconversion at ultralow excitation power Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Prasenjit Mahato, Angelo Monguzzi, Nobuhiro Yanai, Teppei Yamada, Nobuo Kimizuka
Retraction: Fast and long-range triplet exciton diffusion in metal-organic frameworks for photon upconversion at ultralow excitation power
Materials for solar fuels and chemicals Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Joseph H. Montoya, Linsey C. Seitz, Pongkarn Chakthranont, Aleksandra Vojvodic, Thomas F. Jaramillo, Jens K. Nørskov
Converting sunlight into fuels is attractive for energy storage and photoelectrocatalytic technologies. Scientific challenges related to developing suitable photoabsorbers, efficient catalysts and understanding their interfaces are now reviewed.
Energy and fuels from electrochemical interfaces Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Vojislav R. Stamenkovic, Dusan Strmcnik, Pietro P. Lopes, Nenad M. Markovic
Advances in electrocatalysis at interfaces are vital for driving technological innovations related to energy. New materials developments for efficient hydrogen and oxygen production in electrolysers and in fuel cells are described.
Sustainability and in situ monitoring in battery development Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 C. P. Grey, J. M. Tarascon
Significant progress in battery technology is crucial to ensure a transition towards a carbon-neutral society. Recent advances in both sustainability and operando techniques together with remaining challenges and possible solutions are now reviewed.
Photovoltaic concepts inspired by coherence effects in photosynthetic systems Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Jean-Luc Brédas, Edward H. Sargent, Gregory D. Scholes
Lessons learned from coherent phenomena in biological photosynthetic systems may be useful to improve energy- and charge-transport in disordered materials. This Review describes coherence and its potential beneficial effects in photovoltaics.
Energy conversion approaches and materials for high-efficiency photovoltaics Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Martin A. Green, Stephen P. Bremner
This Review describes the sunlight conversion strategies — and their technological implementations — that are currently being investigated to realize solar cells with efficiencies beyond the Shockley–Queisser limit.
The path towards sustainable energy Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Steven Chu, Yi Cui, Nian Liu
This Perspective provides an overview of the contributions of materials science to a sustainable energy future, and discusses possible regulatory paths to support this transition.
Materials for sustainable energy Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Vincent Dusastre, Luigi Martiradonna
Materials for sustainable energy
Metasurface lens: Shrinking the camera size Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Cheng Sun
A miniaturized camera has been developed by integrating a planar metasurface lens doublet with a CMOS image sensor. The metasurface lens doublet corrects the monochromatic aberration and thus delivers nearly diffraction-limited image quality over a wide field of view.
Thermal transport: Harmony with superatoms Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Longji Cui, Edgar Meyhofer, Pramod Reddy
The thermal conductivities of superatom crystals have significant contributions from extended phonon states and show a remarkable temperature dependence due to orientational ordering.
Elastic sheets: Cracks by design Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Ken Kamrin
Stretching elastic membranes over curved substrates can be used to guide and control crack paths.
Porous catalysts: The platinum rush Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Krijn P. de Jong, Jovana Zečević
Ultra-stable and catalytic platinum atoms and clusters have been obtained by entrapment within a zeolite framework during its formation.
Material Witness: A recipe for growth Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Philip Ball
Material Witness: A recipe for growth
Perovskite photovoltaics: Slow recombination unveiled Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Jacques-E. Moser
One of the most salient features of hybrid lead halide perovskites is the extended lifetime of their photogenerated charge carriers. This property has now been shown experimentally to originate from a slow, thermally activated recombination process.
Topological insulators: Engineered heterostructures Nature Mater. (IF38.891) 2016-12-20 Thorsten Hesjedal, Yulin Chen
The combination of topological properties and magnetic order can lead to new quantum states and exotic physical phenomena. In particular, the coupling between topological insulators and antiferromagnets enables magnetic and electronic structural engineering.
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