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Two-dimensional (2D) layered materials and their heterostructures have recently been recognized as promising building blocks for futuristic brain-like neuromorphic computing devices. They exhibit unique properties such as near-atomic thickness, dangling-bond-free surfaces, high mechanical robustness, and electrical/optical tunability. Such attributes unattainable with traditional electronic materials are particularly promising for high-performance artificial neurons and synapses, enablingdoi:10.1016/j.isci.2020.101676 pmid:33163934 pmcid:PMC7600392 fatcat:qngn3zqhn5fvrbstpytawxllda