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in Chinese Journal of Polymer Science (2019)
in Nature Electronics (2018)
Based on 5 articles (most recent: 2018)
Based on 4 articles (most recent: 2018)
Harvard Medical School / Brigham and Women's Hospital
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Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science & Technology and Emeritus of the University of Berne, Switzerland
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Institute for Materials Science, Kiel University
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