Article - 1 May 2008
Veeco has been and continues to be the world’s leading supplier of MBE components
Article - 17 Aug 2005
Spectrofluorometers and spectrophotometers can be used to measure the properties and behaviour of quantum dots. These can be in the design of devices such as optoelectronics, biosensing and...
News - 17 Mar 2010
NJIT received today from Apollo Solar Energy, Inc. a three-year,$1.5 million grant to establish a solar research center.
The company, based in Chengdu, the People's Republic of China, mines and...
News - 2 Nov 2010
Sue Carter, a professor of physics at the University
of California, Santa Cruz, is pursuing a variety of strategies to develop
cheaper and more efficient solar cells. She was awarded five new...
News - 26 Apr 2014
Treating cadmium-telluride (CdTe) solar cell materials with cadmium-chloride improves their efficiency, but researchers have not fully understood why. Now, an atomic-scale examination of the...
News - 23 Aug 2012
Research led by the Materials and Surface Science Institute (MSSI) at the University of Limerick has developed a cost effective solution to generate innovative solar energy conversion materials. The...
News - 20 Jun 2012
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant worth $390,000 to Professor Luke Hanley, Head of Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago, to investigate coating techniques for solar...
News - 12 May 2010
Apollo Solar Energy, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: ASOE) ("Apollo Solar" or "the Company"), a leading vertically integrated miner, refiner and producer of high purity tellurium (Te) and tellurium-based...
News - 7 Dec 2008
Quantum dots, tiny luminescent particles made of semiconductors, hold promise
for detecting and treating cancer earlier. However, if doctors were to use them
in humans, quantum dots could have...
News - 16 Feb 2011
Quantum Solar Power Corp. ("Quantum") (OTCBB: QSPW) is in the development stages of a solar cell technology that could alter the solar power industry's dependence on rare elements.
A rapidly growing...