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  • Heat facilitates electrical resistance switching in Mott insulators and can synergistically enhance neuromorphic computing.

    • Ranjan K. Patel
    • Shriram Ramanathan
    News & Views
  • Heat in electronic devices is normally dissipated via cooling. Here the authors engineer the thermal dynamics of the Mott transition and dynamical thermal interactions with the substrate to enable neuromorphic computing in a NbOx-based device.

    • Gwangmin Kim
    • Jae Hyun In
    • Kyung Min Kim
    Article
  • Interstitial oxygen conductors have the potential to enable efficient oxygen-ion transport at lower temperatures. An approach combining physically motivated structure and property descriptors, ab initio simulations and experiments is now proposed for the discovery of fast interstitial oxygen conductors.

    • Jun Meng
    • Md Sariful Sheikh
    • Dane Morgan
    Article
  • MXenes with borate polyanion terminations are synthesized using a flux-assisted eutectic molten etching approach. These triatomic-layer terminations empower MXenes with considerably improved charge transport and charge storage capabilities.

    • Dongqi Li
    • Wenhao Zheng
    • Xinliang Feng
    Article
  • Lyophilized lymph nodes are a natural scaffold to deliver chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells to tumour resection sites, where they serve as a natural T cell-supporting niche and enhance CAR T cell efficacy in reducing recurrence in preclinical tumour resection models.

    • Kewen Lei
    • Darrell J. Irvine
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  • Photolysis and ion migration under electrical bias cause intrinsic instability in halide perovskite solar cells. By harnessing materials that both capture and confine iodide and polyiodide ions at the perovskite surface, the stability of devices under ultraviolet irradiation, thermal–light conditions or reverse bias can be greatly increased.

    Research Briefing
  • Stacked atomic layers that interact via van der Waals forces offer a confined interlayer space for stabilizing unconventional materials or physical states, enabling a versatile platform for engineering structural configurations and properties at the atomic level.

    Editorial
  • Precision laser irradiation of liquid-crystal polymer networks with dynamic bonds enables reversible phase patterning to create multi-stimuli responsive materials towards wearable devices and information encryption.

    • Elizabeth A. Recker
    • Joy Zhou
    • Zachariah A. Page
    News & Views
  • Scanning tunnelling microscopy of doped RuCl3 shows distinct charge orderings at the lower and upper Hubbard bands, which can be attributed to a correlation-driven honeycomb hole crystal composed of hole-rich Ru sites and a rotational-symmetry-breaking paired electron crystal composed of electron-rich Ru–Ru bonds.

    • Zhizhan Qiu
    • Yixuan Han
    • Jiong Lu
    Article
  • The authors investigate the origins of chirality transfer across length scales, quantitatively demonstrating how chirality propagates from the molecular to liquid crystal level in filamentous virus systems.

    • Eric Grelet
    • Maxime M. C. Tortora
    Article
  • The authors demonstrate a programmable topological photonic chip with large-scale integration of silicon photonic nanocircuits and microresonators that can be rapidly reprogrammed to implement diverse multifunctionalities.

    • Tianxiang Dai
    • Anqi Ma
    • Jianwei Wang
    ArticleOpen Access
  • Quantum coherent control of single-photon-emitting defect spins have been reported in hexagonal boron nitride, revealing that spin coherence is mainly governed by coupling to a few proximal nuclei and can be prolonged by decoupling protocols.

    • Hannah L. Stern
    • Carmem M. Gilardoni
    • Mete Atatüre
    ArticleOpen Access
  • Integrating electrochemically actuated soft robotics with ultra-flexible microelectrodes enables reversible and gentle wrapping around nerves for high-quality recordings.

    • Klas Tybrandt
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