Nature Electronics

(The TQCC of Nature Electronics is 58. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
A fully integrated reprogrammable memristor–CMOS system for efficient multiply–accumulate operations367
Self-healing soft electronics346
A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable passive tags334
Self-healing electronic skins for aquatic environments309
Three-dimensional piezoelectric polymer microsystems for vibrational energy harvesting, robotic interfaces and biomedical implants262
Two-dimensional spintronics for low-power electronics232
Skyrmion-based artificial synapses for neuromorphic computing214
Wireless body sensor networks based on metamaterial textiles201
Reinforcement learning with analogue memristor arrays194
A ferroelectric semiconductor field-effect transistor193
Flexible organic photovoltaics based on water-processed silver nanowire electrodes193
Temporal data classification and forecasting using a memristor-based reservoir computing system173
Ferroelectric ternary content-addressable memory for one-shot learning148
Spin tunnel field-effect transistors based on two-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures137
Uniform and ultrathin high-κ gate dielectrics for two-dimensional electronic devices124
Vital-sign monitoring and spatial tracking of multiple people using a contactless radar-based sensor119
Transferred via contacts as a platform for ideal two-dimensional transistors118
Circular economy and electronic waste107
CMOS-integrated memristive non-volatile computing-in-memory for AI edge processors107
Silicon qubit fidelities approaching incoherent noise limits via pulse engineering104
Ultrathin calcium fluoride insulators for two-dimensional field-effect transistors102
Epitaxial growth and layer-transfer techniques for heterogeneous integration of materials for electronic and photonic devices102
Multi-tier computing networks for intelligent IoT101
Topological Hall effect at above room temperature in heterostructures composed of a magnetic insulator and a heavy metal93
Three-dimensional curvy electronics created using conformal additive stamp printing90
Van der Waals thin-film electronics89
Patterning metal contacts on monolayer MoS2 with vanishing Schottky barriers using thermal nanolithography86
Sensitive readout of implantable microsensors using a wireless system locked to an exceptional point85
An ultraflexible organic differential amplifier for recording electrocardiograms82
Carbon nanotube digital electronics75
A dielectric-defined lateral heterojunction in a monolayer semiconductor73
Simultaneous synthesis and integration of two-dimensional electronic components71
Micromagnetometry of two-dimensional ferromagnets70
Ternary content-addressable memory with MoS2 transistors for massively parallel data search66
Optimally diverse communication channels in disordered environments with tuned randomness65
Scanning probe microscopy for advanced nanoelectronics63
Tunnelling-based ternary metal–oxide–semiconductor technology62
Silicon integrated circuit thermoelectric generators with a high specific power generation capacity61
A CMOS-integrated quantum sensor based on nitrogen–vacancy centres60
Three-dimensional imaging of integrated circuits with macro- to nanoscale zoom59
Two-terminal floating-gate transistors with a low-power memristive operation mode for analogue neuromorphic computing58