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Outstanding Paper Award 2021

Celebrating the exceptional work published in Materials Horizons

Our annual Outstanding Paper Award celebrates some of the exceptional work published in Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons, and the authors behind those articles. The winners were chosen by the Editorial and Advisory Boards based on the science presented and the work’s potential future impact, from papers published in 2021.

Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 2021 Outstanding Paper Award and we hope that you enjoy reading their outstanding articles as much as we did.

Materials Horizons Outstanding Article 2021

Biohybrid plants with electronic roots via in-vivo polymerization of conjugated oligomers

Daniela Parker, Yohann Daguerre, Gwennaël Dufil, Daniele Mantione, Eduardo Solano, Eric Cloutet, Georges Hadziioannou, Torgny Näsholm, Magnus Berggren, Eleni Pavlopoulou and Eleni Stavrinidou
Mater. Horiz., 2021, 8, 3295-3305

Materials Horizons Outstanding Article Runner-up 2021

Van der Waals solid solution crystals for highly efficient in-air photon upconversion under subsolar irradiance

Riku Enomoto, Megumi Hoshi, Hironaga Oyama, Hideki Agata, Shinichi Kurokawa, Hitoshi Kuma, Hidehiro Uekusa and Yoichi Murakami
Mater. Horiz., 2021, 8, 3449-3456

Materials Horizons Outstanding Review 2021

Catalytic Methods for Chemical Recycling or Upcycling of Commercial Polymers

Sophia C. Kosloski-Oh, Zachary A. Wood, Yvonne Manjarrez, Juan Pablo de los Rios and Megan E. Fieser
Mater. Horiz., 2021, 8, 1084-1129

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Materials Horizons indexed in MEDLINE®

All articles published in Materials Horizons from 2021 onwards will be indexed in the MEDLINE® database, significantly increasing their discoverability. This is a key database for biomedical researchers, so we are very pleased that everyone who publishes with us will get this increased exposure.

In addition to MEDLINE®, Materials Horizons is indexed in the Science Citation Index, EBSCO Essentials and Scopus.

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Issue 1 Focus Articles

We were delighted to include several Materials Horizons Focus articles in Issue 1 of Materials Horizons, a special issue in honor of Professor Seth Marder.

Materials Horizons Focus articles are free to access educational articles that address topic areas which are often misunderstood or require greater explanation. You can read the collection of Focus articles below.

Read the below selection of Materials Horizons Focus articles from the special issue in honor of Professor Seth Marder. All Materials Horizons Focus articles are free to access upon publication.

Electronic properties of metal halide perovskites and their interfaces: the basics

Fengshuo Zu, Dongguen Shin and Norbert Koch

Mater. Horiz., 2022, 9, 17-24 DOI: 10.1039/D1MH01106E

Plasmons: untangling the classical, experimental, and quantum mechanical definitions

Rebecca L. M. Gieseking

Mater. Horiz., 2022, 9, 25-42 DOI: 10.1039/D1MH01163D

Scattering techniques for mixed donor–acceptor characterization in organic photovoltaics

Thomas P. Chaney, Andrew J. Levin, Sebastian A. Schneider and Michael F. Toney

Mater. Horiz., 2022, 9, 43-60 DOI: 10.1039/D1MH01219C

Engineering of flat bands and Dirac bands in two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (COFs): relationships among molecular orbital symmetry, lattice symmetry, and electronic-structure characteristics

Xiaojuan Ni, Hong Li, Feng Liu and Jean-Luc Brédas

Mater. Horiz., 2022, 9, 88-98 DOI: 10.1039/D1MH00935D

Organic building blocks at inorganic nanomaterial interfaces

Yunping Huang, Theodore A. Cohen, Breena M. Sperry, Helen Larson, Hao A. Nguyen, Micaela K. Homer, Florence Y. Dou, Laura M. Jacoby, Brandi M. Cossairt, Daniel R. Gamelin and Christine K. Luscombe

Mater. Horiz., 2022, 9, 61-87 DOI: 10.1039/D1MH01294K

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