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  • An article in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters reports the use of intercalation of Cu or Ag atoms in the 2D magnet CrI3 to obtain 2D multiferroic materials.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Nature Nanotechnology reports the phase-controlled synthesis of centimetre-scale films of the 2D ferroelectric In2Se3.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Nature Communications sheds light on the influence of the number of layers in the sample on sliding ferroelectricity based on measurements on rhombohedral MoS2.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Advanced Functional Materials reports a dual-functional hydrogel platform that can treat inflammation and promote bone regeneration.

    • Charlotte Allard
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  • An article in ACS Nano presents a hydrogel with a mushroom-like shape that can block and treat gastrointestinal puncture wounds.

    • Charlotte Allard
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  • An article in Advanced Functional Materials presents a hydrogel adhesive to treat nerve injuries.

    • Charlotte Allard
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  • An article in ACS Applied Energy Materials presents recyclable one-dimensional fibre-shaped supercapacitors for powering wearable electronic devices.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Nature Electronics reports a printable, stretchable on-skin sweat-sensing platform.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Nature Communications reports a range of imperceptible on-skin devices based on ultrathin, ultralight and gas-permeable 3D microstructure arrays.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Nature Biomedical Engineering reports a soft robotic aortic sleeve that can reproduce the blood dynamics associated with aortic stenosis, acting as a reliable model for the disease.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in Advanced Materials presents polymer donors with hydrogen-bonding spacers that enable intrinsically stretchable organic solar cells with a high power conversion efficiency and good stretchability.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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  • An article in the Journal of the American Chemical Society reports a method to exploit the stereochemical differences between two sugar-based monomers to fabricate a family of plastic-like materials with a range of degradation and mechanical properties.

    • Giulia Pacchioni
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