News - 1 Jun 2020
People love their electric cars. But not so much the bulky batteries and related power systems that take up precious cargo space.
Help could be on the way from a gallium oxide-based transistor...
News - 20 May 2020
Testing of blood, saliva, urine or tissue samples from humans or animals to diagnose and detect diseases, like COVID-19, at an early stage, requires systems that are fast, easy to use, and widely...
News - 12 Feb 2020
Materials science researchers from McCormick School of Engineering of Northwestern University have developed a technique to observe the atoms’ dynamic movement in atomically thin...
News - 30 Sep 2019
First Graphene has signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with the University of Manchester to develop graphene-hybrid materials for use in supercapacitors. The licencing agreement is for...
News - 31 May 2019
In 2004, a super thin material, graphene, was discovered by scientists, which is no less than a 100 times stronger than steel and the best known conductor of electricity and heat.
News - 7 Nov 2018
In order to thoroughly control how a data-storage material switches to physical form, researchers have developed the world’s most powerful electromagnetic pulses in the terahertz...
News - 28 Sep 2018
Experts from the University of Surrey have reported that the world is getting closer to a reality where smart devices will have the ability to use their owners as an energy resource.
News - 29 Aug 2018
Curtin researchers have developed a tiny electrical circuit that may enable an entirely new design of digital devices.
The electrical circuit is made from crystals of copper that are grown and...
News - 27 Jun 2018
For the first time, a group of researchers led by Alexander Holleitner and Reinhard Kienberger, TUM physicists, has been successful in producing ultrashort electric pulses on a chip with the help...
News - 24 May 2018
Researchers have demonstrated a tunable optical phenomenon in graphene that could pave the way for a wide range of next-generation optical technology, according to a new report in the journal Nature...