Article - 5 Mar 2007
As the world becomes increasingly aware of the potentially devastating effects of climate change, nanotechnology may hold the key to reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the production of cement.
News - 25 Jan 2014
In common perception, carbon dioxide is just a greenhouse gas, one of the major environmental problems of mankind. For Warsaw chemists CO2 became, however, something else: a key element of...
News - 3 Jul 2015
Outstanding science and engineering research in focus at 10th graphene conference.
Graphene Week 2015 has drawn to a close after a hugely successful conference in Manchester.
More than 600...
News - 17 Apr 2007
Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have achieved a new world record in high-frequency submillimeter waves. The record-setting 324-gigahertz frequency was...
News - 16 Jun 2009
Electronic devices of the future could be smaller, faster, more powerful and consume less energy because of a discovery by researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National...
News - 23 Feb 2015
Ruthless with bacteria, harmless to human cells. New, durable antibacterial coatings of nanocomposites, developed at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw,...
News - 13 Mar 2014
Will one-atom-thick layers of molybdenum disulfide, a compound that occurs naturally in rocks, prove to be better than graphene for electronic applications? There are many signs that might prove to...
News - 30 Aug 2013
An innovative measurement method was used at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw for estimating power generated by motors of single molecule in size,...
News - 12 Jun 2009
IBM (NYSE: IBM) scientists in collaboration
with the University of Regensburg, Germany, and Utrecht University, Netherlands,
for the first time demonstrated the ability to measure the charge...
News - 12 Apr 2010
At the German Physical Society's (Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft - DPG)
annual Spring meeting the organization's Surface Science division (Fachverband
Oberflächenphysik) selected Dr....