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Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) provides a novel method for low concentration molecular detection. The performances were highly dependent on the sizes, geometries and distributions of metal nanostructures. Here, highly sensitive SERS fiber probe based on silver nanocubes (Ag NCs) was...
Fiber-optic anemometers have attracted an increasing attention over the past decade owing to their high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, low power consumption, and immunity to electromagnetic interference. However, expensive instruments may limit their practical applications. Herein, a new type...
With the rapid development of internet of things and wearable electronics, how to conveniently power uncountable sensors remains a huge challenge. Energy harvesting strategy is suggested to collect and convert environmental energies into electrical energy. Thereinto, piezoelectric polymers are...
Stimuli-responsive fusion and fission are widely observed in both bio-organizations and artificial molecular assemblies. Recently, Professor Gao’s group in Zhejiang University discovered and explained an interesting phenomenon that precisely reversible fusion and fission in a bundle of wet-spun...
Organ-on-a-chip (OOC) is now becoming a potential alternative to the classical preclinical animal models, which reconstitutes in vitro the basic function of specific human tissues/organs and dynamically simulates physiological or pathological activities in tissue and organ level. Despite of the...
Rapid development in wearable electronics has brought huge convenience to human life and gradually penetrated into various indispensable fields, such as health monitoring, medical assistance, smart sports, object tracking and smart home, etc. However, the suitable energy supply system for these...
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