Ultraclean carbon nanotubes hold promise for advances in optical fiber communications, solar cells and LEDs.
Honeycomb configuration helps disassemble magnetic islands—potential data storage and computational advances could follow.
In a proof-of-concept study, authors in Italy have demonstrated electric field-controlled switching between stable states in a porous material containing nematic liquid crystals.
Professor Molly Stevens has become a recognised role model in science. She has won award after award and built a large and successful research group at Imperial College London.
A dense diamond nanoneedle array for delivering fluorescent probes and drugs to a large number of cells for use on gene and cell therapy.
We present the most downloaded papers from the pss family of journals from July.
A microscopic pump starts up when irradiated with UV light but its material continues to work when the stimulus is removed.
State and Federation finance new building of 4500 square meters on KIT’s campus south – research to focus on materials for future energy systems.
Researchers from France prepared exceptionally stiff and tough polymer films with a very low volume fraction of percolating phase.
New research might pave the way for the industrialization of flexible, light-weight and low-cost cadmium telluride solar cells on metal foils.
A unique form of carbon could lower the cost of dye-sensitized solar cells.
A new journal from the Advanced Materials family covering all aspects of surface and interface science is launching in early 2014.
Sustainability – solar fuels from the sun, not fossil fuels from the earth.