Researchers at the University of Technology in Sydney have developed a new material that can keep roofs cooler than the air above them, even in direct sunlight.
Researchers have developed a microfludic platform for high-throughput preparation of multicomponent photopolymerized nanocomposite films.
The project is currently developing a laser welding process for joining three-dimensional structures made of steel and aluminum in a hybrid design.
Hierarchical structuring in hybrid amorphous/crystalline nanowire bundles provides a promising anode material for lithium-ion batteries.
Inserting a spacer layer between the donor and the acceptor material of organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices enhances their power conversion efficiency.
A new study in Advanced Science presents the development of a new nanocomposite material electrocatalyst for more efficient hydrogen production.
Japanese researchers successfully control the higher-ordered structure of an electrostatic assembly prepared from oppositely charged polypeptides.
Direct ink writing has been used to print ultra-lightweight microwave components directly from silicon carbide.
A Chinese research team has demonstrated the synthesis of unique one-dimensional heteronanostructures for photo-induced applications.
Researchers from Turkey developed a new photoinitiator: phenacyl ethyl carbazolium hexafluoroantimonate for free radical polymerization under UV light.
A new approach helps to provide further means for the production of custom-tailored porous materials using the ice-templating process.
Perpendicular inhomogeneities in lithium electrodes have been studied in real time using synchrotron radiation.