Catalysts that use light to split water and produce hydrogen fuel can be made more efficient by manipulating their electrons, bringing the promise of green hydrogen closer to reality. This discovery may open up a new line of thinking in the future design of photocatalysis.
New therapeutic approach offers hope for patients with optic nerve damage.
The complex dynamics of resource-sharing symbiosis in the reef environment.
The co-occurrence of organic chemicals magnifies their ecotoxicological effects.
A novel class of ultrasoft water-soluble robots can adapt their shape to navigate through narrow vascular channels. Their ability to grip and transport objects may have potential applications, such as medical micromanipulation, targeted cargo delivery, and biomimetics.
Efficient pyro-catalytic reaction advances towards greater practical application.
Human gut bacterium Ruminococcus gnavus found as a major trigger factor.
Researchers have developed new technology which breaks through limitations on bending soft materials.