Leica Microsystems and Lille University researchers present their latest preparation method, which produces extremely smooth surfaces, and is ready for use – webinar now available on demand.
Using a commercially available inkjet printer, electrical engineers were able to produce plasmonic structures with varying conductivities.
Here are the currently most read articles in Macromolecular Rapid Communications.
Development of cobalt and boron alloyed steel with more resistance at high temperatures avoids CO2 emission and increases the efficiency of power plants.
Ultrathin layers made of tungsten and selenium may be used as flexible, semi-transparent solar cells.
We’ll be attending the EMRS Spring Conference in Lille next week, and we’re going to keep you updated on all the latest.
Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
We present the most downloaded papers of the pss journal family from April 2014.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg, Germany has developed a new solar cell structure for crystalline silicon.
A Korean group enhance the sensitivity of pressure-sensitive rubber by introducing reverse-micelle-induced pores into conventional PSRs.
Heat-based carbon nanotube/PDMS sensor developed at University of Michigan could detect terahertz radiation in real-time.
Joint project aims to optimize materials and formulations for improved performance and cost for roll-to-roll manufacturing, including for OLED devices.