Method allows direct detection of rapid fluctuations that may help to explain how high-temperature superconducting materials work.
A group from MIT have demonstrated a method to produce extremely efficient zinc oxide/quantum dot based photovoltaics.
Researchers at NCSU have developed a new type of structure consisting of multiple 2D nanosheets impaled upon a one-dimensional nanowire.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have for the first time successfully coated polymer implants with a bioactive film.
Vancouver researchers develop nanocrystalline cellulose with added sugars to counteract the tendency of such materials to crack.
The second issue of Advanced Optical Materials is now online, including twelve research articles covering all aspects of light-matter interactions.
New design methodology may pave the way for micro-electromechanical sensors and actuators – robots will be able to see and feel more effectively in future.
How to improve efficient focusing of light on the nanoscale by using lithographically patterned metal nanoparticle arrays.
The most downloaded papers from the pss family of journals in January.
Interfacing biological systems with nanomaterials may have a significant impact in research fields such as biosensors and tissue engineering.
The use of MAPLE for the deposition of macromolecular thin films has been investigated by Princeton researchers.
Amorphous graphene, copper clusters, and solar cells – these and more in February’s physics highlights.
Scientists at ICFO develop a new organic photovoltaic cell which is more efficient at producing energy .