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  • Perovskite quantum dots have been proven promising for photonic and optoelectronic applications, particularly, as bright and narrow band emitters for display technology. Despite the advantageous properties, the stability issues have to be resolved to unleash the full industrial potential of perovskite quantum dots in display technology.

    • Xian-gang Wu
    • Honglei Ji
    • Haizheng Zhong
    Comment
  • Using our company’s CO2 electrolysers as a model, we describe the challenges involved in incorporating nanomaterial catalysts into industrial-scale electrolysers and suggest ways to more efficiently realize the performance improvements of academic-scale novel nanomaterials at industrial scales.

    • Aya K. Buckley
    • Sichao Ma
    • Kendra P. Kuhl
    Comment
  • The recent advent of transition metal dichalcogenides moiré materials is a promising platform for studying correlated electron phenomena and moiré exciton physics.

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  • The transition from a linear ‘take–make–dispose’ economy to a circular economy is gaining momentum. Although there are many opportunities for using nanotechnology to enable circularity, the knowledge gaps related to (eco-)toxicological hazards and the presence of nanomaterials in waste streams constitute significant challenges.

    • Steffen Foss Hansen
    • Rickard Arvidsson
    • Alessio Boldrin
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  • Nanoneedle start-ups are traversing the biotech valley of death — from fundamental university research into commercial development in advanced therapeutics and diagnostics. How can academics make the most of this opportunity?

    • Roey Elnathan
    • Andy Tay
    • Ciro Chiappini
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