The 2020 Robert W. Cahn Prize
The Journal of Materials Science is proud to announce the winner of the 2020 Cahn Prize:
“Highly stretchable, breathable and negative resistance variation textile strain sensor with excellent mechanical stability for wearable electronics"
By Kai Zhao, Wenbin Niu, and Shufen Zhang
The Cahn Prize has been named in honor of the Journal’s founding editor, the late Professor Robert Wolfgang Cahn.
Each month the Editors select a paper published in that month’s issues via a rigorous nomination and voting procedure. The winning paper is selected from the twelve finalists by a separate panel of distinguished materials scientists.
The authors of the winning paper receive an award of $5,000.