This list contains the 50 most recently published research articles, including advance online publication articles that have not yet been published in a journal issue.

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  1. Coplanar semiconductor–metal circuitry defined on few-layer MoTe2 via polymorphic heteroepitaxy AOP

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    Sequential heteroepitaxy of transition-metal dichalcogenide polymorphs with different electronic properties is used to build coplanar ultrathin circuitry with atomic-scale precision.

  2. Effective NaCl and dye rejection of hybrid graphene oxide/graphene layered membranes AOP

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    Scalable graphene-based membranes reject more than 80% NaCl under aggressive shear for more than 20 h and exhibit chlorine resistance.

    See also: News and Views by Ivan V. Vlassiouk

  3. Spatially and time-resolved magnetization dynamics driven by spin–orbit torques AOP

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    Time-resolved X-ray microscopy reveals the mechanism and speed of current-induced magnetization switching of Co/Pt dots under the combined effect of spin-orbit torques and Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction.

    See also: News and Views by Kei Yamamoto et al.

  4. Photon-triggered nanowire transistors AOP

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    Porous silicon nanowires enable optical switching and electrical current amplification in a photon-triggered transistor.

  5. Magnetic quantum phase transition in Cr-doped Bi2(SexTe1−x)3 driven by the Stark effect AOP

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    The electric field generated by a gate electrode is exploited to trigger a reversible ferromagnetic–paramagnetic phase transition in a magnetic topological insulator close to a quantum critical point.

  6. Topical tissue nano-transfection mediates non-viral stroma reprogramming and rescue AOP

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    Arrayed nanochannels can be used to controllably transfect and reprogram tissues in vivo for applications in regenerative medicine and cell-based therapies.

  7. Electromagnetized gold nanoparticles mediate direct lineage reprogramming into induced dopamine neurons in vivo for Parkinson's disease therapy AOP

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    A proof-of-principle study shows that electromagnetic field-based in vivo lineage conversion can be used as a therapeutic strategy for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders.

  8. Mass spectrometry imaging reveals the sub-organ distribution of carbon nanomaterials AOP

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    Ionic species produced from carbon-based nanomaterials on exposure to an ultraviolet laser can be detected by the mass spectrometer, and these carbon cluster species are used to map and quantify the distribution of nanomaterials in mice.

    See also: News and Views by Richard W. Vachet

  9. Squalenoyl adenosine nanoparticles provide neuroprotection after stroke and spinal cord injury AOP

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    The systemic circulation time of adenosine is prolonged by forming nanoassemblies with squalene, and this can improve neurologic recovery in mice affected by a stroke or spinal cord injury.

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