Researchers have used hydroprinting - a new and versatile technique - to prepare conductive features on 3D objects.
This old dog has a new trick: an adapted lithography technique allows precise variation of the composition of 1D materials during fabrication.
Thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF)-type compounds have potential to become high-efﬁciency-solid-state lighting technologies in the future.
With the research project NEST-DC the technological basis is set for high performance electronic circuit breakers.
Quantum mechanical calculations uncover lithium-stable materials out of a variety of chemistry across the periodic table.
Hermetic plugs are used in cases of large differences in pressure, at high altitude and at depth, or in difficult weather conditions.