Using graphene quantum dots as photothermal therapy agents can target cancer cells with less applied irradiation.
Small robots with flapping wings have strict weight and power requirements, making this self-powered integrated sensor perfect for returning pitch angle and wing frequency.
Multidimensional biomolecules such as nucleic acids, proteins, and peptides can provide a scaffold for artificial light-harvesting systems.
Adding spirals to acoustic lenses encodes directional information, enabling 3D localization by a single detector.
A scaled-down experimental platform acts as a valuable testbed for identifying optimum reaction parameters.