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Stem‐cell‐derived hepatocyte transplantation is considered as a potential method for the therapy of acute and chronic liver failure. However, the low efficiency of differentiation into mature and functional hepatocytes remains a major challenge for clinical applications. By using...
Graphene, the thinnest, strongest, and stiffest material with exceptional thermal conductivity and electron mobility, has increasingly received world‐wide attention in the past few years. These unique properties may lead to novel or improved technologies to address the pressing global challenges...
Nanoengineering of electrode materials can directly facilitate sodium ion accessibility and transport, thus enhancing electrochemical performance in sodium ion batteries. Here, highly sodium‐accessible carbon coated nanoporous TiO2 microfibers have been synthesised via the facile electrospinning...
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