Danish scientists analyze advantages and disadvantages of the most promising printing technologies for metal back electrodes used in polymer solar cells.
Scientists at the INM are exploring new routes to flexible and transparent coatings that conduct electricity particularly well.
Submit a paper to the forthcoming Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Polymer Science on Polymers for Microelectronics.
Xinliang Feng talks about his motivation to work in the field of graphene chemistry and the role of graphene in future developments.
Swiss researchers investigate the magnetic responsiveness of cytocompatible polyethylene functionalized carbon coated cementite and magnetite nanoparticles.
Free-standing organometallic sheets are prepared and used to create multilayer assemblies on square centimetre length scales on solid substrates.
Transgenic soybean crops can find less controversial use to help with plastics manufacturing.
The controlled folding of single polymer chains is for the first time realized by the complexation of metal ions.
New work discusses the driving force and logic behind the development of advanced high strength steels and their application in the automotive industry.
New work discusses the main challenges in the use of DFT to study catalysis by transition metal oxides with strongly correlated electrons.
Researchers at Aalto University examine the versatility of surface patterns in azopolymers for applications in photonics.
Japanese scientists design a new approach to making ultra thin and uniform fabrics with micro- and nano-fibers.
Professor Roberto Pantani of the University of Salerno reviews Computer Modeling for Injection Molding, edited by Huamin Zhou.