Researchers have used hydroprinting - a new and versatile technique - to prepare conductive features on 3D objects.
Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF)-type compounds have potential to become high-efﬁciency-solid-state lighting technologies in the future.
Superamphiphobic and durable coatings on woven/non-woven surfaces for repelling many types of liquids.
The next generation of smart windows based on organic materials which can change their properties by reflecting or transmitting excess solar energy...
Formation, formulation and applications of micro- and nanoparticles for 2D and 3D printing.
Printable and flexible organic phototransistors with high performance by blending common organic semiconductors with biocompatible polymers.
Highlights from the biannual Bunsen-Colloquium in Frankfurt, Germany.
A team of researchers from Australia and China, have developed a family of superconducting liquid metals of GaInSn-alloys and their nanodroplets.
John Rogers and his team report a colorimetric epidermal UV dosimeter and temperature sensor with integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities.
The 32nd edition of the International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies (NIP) was held in Manchester, UK, this month.