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  • Review Article |

    This Review provides an overview of memory devices and the key computational primitives for in-memory computing, and examines the possibilities of applying this computing approach to a wide range of applications.

    • Abu Sebastian
    • , Manuel Le Gallo
    • , Riduan Khaddam-Aljameh
    •  & Evangelos Eleftheriou
  • Letter |

    Phage capsids modified with spatially defined patterns of host cell ligands can act as multivalent binders for the influenza A virus to prevent viral infection.

    • Daniel Lauster
    • , Simon Klenk
    • , Kai Ludwig
    • , Saba Nojoumi
    • , Sandra Behren
    • , Lutz Adam
    • , Marlena Stadtmüller
    • , Sandra Saenger
    • , Stephanie Zimmler
    • , Katja Hönzke
    • , Ling Yao
    • , Ute Hoffmann
    • , Markus Bardua
    • , Alf Hamann
    • , Martin Witzenrath
    • , Leif E. Sander
    • , Thorsten Wolff
    • , Andreas C. Hocke
    • , Stefan Hippenstiel
    • , Sacha De Carlo
    • , Jens Neudecker
    • , Klaus Osterrieder
    • , Nediljko Budisa
    • , Roland R. Netz
    • , Christoph Böttcher
    • , Susanne Liese
    • , Andreas Herrmann
    •  & Christian P. R. Hackenberger
  • Article |

    Atomically dispersed Rh on N-doped carbon exhibits 28- and 67-fold enhancements compared with state-of-the-art Pd/C and Pt/C, despite the low activity of Rh/C. The Rh single atoms exhibit high tolerance to CO poisoning compared to Rh nanoparticles.

    • Yu Xiong
    • , Juncai Dong
    • , Zheng-Qing Huang
    • , Pingyu Xin
    • , Wenxing Chen
    • , Yu Wang
    • , Zhi Li
    • , Zhao Jin
    • , Wei Xing
    • , Zhongbin Zhuang
    • , Jinyu Ye
    • , Xing Wei
    • , Rui Cao
    • , Lin Gu
    • , Shigang Sun
    • , Lin Zhuang
    • , Xiaoqing Chen
    • , Hua Yang
    • , Chen Chen
    • , Qing Peng
    • , Chun-Ran Chang
    • , Dingsheng Wang
    •  & Yadong Li
  • Letter |

    The controlled creation of magnetic skyrmions is a prerequisite for their application in future spintronic devices. While charge currents can induce skyrmions via spin torque, surface acoustic waves can do the same through magnetoelastic coupling of inhomogeneous strain paired with thermal fluctuations.

    • Tomoyuki Yokouchi
    • , Satoshi Sugimoto
    • , Bivas Rana
    • , Shinichiro Seki
    • , Naoki Ogawa
    • , Shinya Kasai
    •  & Yoshichika Otani
  • Article |

    Charge disproportionation in thin molecular films of a metal–organic complex enables the realization of a ternary memristor and binary memcapacitor.

    • Sreetosh Goswami
    • , Santi P. Rath
    • , Damien Thompson
    • , Svante Hedström
    • , Meenakshi Annamalai
    • , Rajib Pramanick
    • , B. Robert Ilic
    • , Soumya Sarkar
    • , Sonu Hooda
    • , Christian A. Nijhuis
    • , Jens Martin
    • , R. Stanley Williams
    • , Sreebrata Goswami
    •  & T. Venkatesan
  • Article |

    Mixed-charge nanoparticles preferentially assemble inside the lysosomes of cancer cells, which causes lysosomal membrane disruption and lysosome-dependent cell death in cancer but not in healthy cells.

    • Magdalena Borkowska
    • , Marta Siek
    • , Diana V. Kolygina
    • , Yaroslav I. Sobolev
    • , Slawomir Lach
    • , Sumit Kumar
    • , Yoon-Kyoung Cho
    • , Kristiana Kandere-Grzybowska
    •  & Bartosz A. Grzybowski

News & Comment

  • News & Views |

    Atomically dispersed Rh on N-doped carbon exhibits promising electrocatalytic properties for formic acid oxidation while Rh nanoparticles are inert towards this reaction. The Rh single atoms exhibit high tolerance to CO poisoning compared to Rh nanoparticles.

    • Dohyung Kim
    •  & Matteo Cargnello
  • News & Views |

    Nanoparticles covered with a mix of positively and negatively charged ligands aggregate into supraparticles in the lysosomes of cancer cells, disrupting the integrity of the lysosomal membrane and killing the cells without involving any anticancer drugs.

    • Jichuan Qiu
    •  & Younan Xia
  • Correspondence |

    • Daniel A. Heller
    • , Prakrit V. Jena
    • , Matteo Pasquali
    • , Kostas Kostarelos
    • , Lucia G. Delogu
    • , Rachel E. Meidl
    • , Slava V. Rotkin
    • , David A. Scheinberg
    • , Robert E. Schwartz
    • , Mauricio Terrones
    • , YuHuang Wang
    • , Alberto Bianco
    • , Ardemis A. Boghossian
    • , Sofie Cambré
    • , Laurent Cognet
    • , Simon R. Corrie
    • , Philip Demokritou
    • , Silvia Giordani
    • , Tobias Hertel
    • , Tetyana Ignatova
    • , Mohammad F. Islam
    • , Nicole M. Iverson
    • , Anand Jagota
    • , Dawid Janas
    • , Junichiro Kono
    • , Sebastian Kruss
    • , Markita P. Landry
    • , Yan Li
    • , Richard Martel
    • , Shigeo Maruyama
    • , Anton V. Naumov
    • , Maurizio Prato
    • , Susan J. Quinn
    • , Daniel Roxbury
    • , Michael S. Strano
    • , James M. Tour
    • , R. Bruce Weisman
    • , Wim Wenseleers
    •  & Masako Yudasaka
  • Editorial |

    The addition of carbon nanotubes to the SIN (‘Substitute It Now’) list has evoked reactions from nanomedicine and nanotoxicology researchers, who ask for a fairer and more recent research-based risk assessment of carbon nanotubes.

Insight

Nano-enabled agriculture

Dr. Eleanor Spielman-Sun and Dr. Astrid Avellan, Carnegie Mellon University

Nano-enabled agriculture

We have reason to believe that nanomaterials could play an important role in providing more sustainable agriculture, especially in the production of crops.

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