Article - 20 Nov 2003
Engineers have invented a combination of materials that could lead to cheap and super-compact electronic memory devices for archiving digital images or other data. Posted November 13 2003
News - 28 Jun 2017
Bioelectrochemical Engineers and Materials Scientists from the Cornell University might have developed what seems to be a new, cost-effective electrode material for eliminating pollutants from...
News - 20 Jul 2010
Tomorrow's television and computer screens could be brighter, clearer and more energy-efficient as a result of a process developed by a team of researchers from Canada and the Department of...
Article - 17 Jul 2017
The need for efficient solar cells is becoming vital, particularly when they are one of the cheapest and easiest ways to generate clean energy.
News - 29 Sep 2009
Brain implants that can more clearly record signals from surrounding neurons in rats have been created at the University of Michigan. The findings could eventually lead to more effective treatment of...
News - 6 May 2013
Thermoelectric materials can be used to turn waste heat into electricity or to provide refrigeration without any liquid coolants, and a research team from the University of Michigan has found a way to...
Article - 12 Apr 2011
Organic solar cells has been considered a viable solar energy option due to their light weight, low production costs and flexibility. The barrier to their use is their poor efficiency. The PeakForce...
Article - 8 Sep 2020
Red bricks are commonly used for constructing buildings but are seldom utilized elsewhere. A research team at Washington University in St. Louis, US, has designed “smart bricks”, which can store...
News - 18 Aug 2015
An HZB team headed by Prof. Silke Christiansen has made a surprising discovery about hybrid organic/inorganic solar cells. Contrary to expectations, a diode composed of the conductive organic...
News - 21 Oct 2019
Ultrasensitive nanoscale optical probes have been created by scientists from UC Santa Cruz, to observe the bioelectric activity of neurons and other excitable cells.
This innovative readout...