News - 8 Jun 2010
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a potential new tool for medical diagnostics, testing food and water for contamination, and crime-scene forensics.
The technique uses a combination...
News - 26 Nov 2009
Würzburg physicists are global leaders in the creation of sophisticated nanostructures. The fruits of their research could make tap-proof data transmission a possibility in the future.
News - 9 Nov 2009
A pioneer in solar power in the 1990s before it became "sexy," University of Houston Professor Alex Freundlich recently entered into a collaborative research agreement with U.K.-based...
News - 30 Oct 2009
The AVS 56th International Symposium & Exhibition next month in San Jose, CA will showcase advances in alternative energy, materials research, nanotechnology, and medicine. Highlights of papers...
News - 21 Sep 2009
WACKER, the Munich-based chemical company, will be using the 24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC) to present several new products for the solar industry. One of the...
News - 17 Jun 2009
A simulation of electrical current moving through a futuristic electronic transistor has been modeled atom-by-atom in less than 15 minutes by Purdue University researchers.
News - 29 May 2009
Members of a USC-led research team say they've made a big improvement in a new breed of electronic detectors for viruses and other biological materials - one that may be a valuable addition to the...
News - 15 Apr 2009
Scientists at Rice University have found a simple way to create basic elements for aircraft, flat-screen TVs, electronics and other products that incorporate sheets of tough, electrically conductive...
News - 17 Feb 2009
New, less costly solar cell materials can meet energy demand without depleting resources, study finds
Unconventional solar cell materials that are as abundant but much less costly than silicon...
News - 7 Dec 2008
European researchers have developed a cost-effective method for manufacturing flexible displays in much the same way that newspapers are printed. Their work promises to revolutionise packaging,...