The new alloying concept exhibits a phase transformation behavior that facilitates the adjustment of dual phase microstructure.
Inspired by the mammalian eye, University of Wisconsin-Madison electrical engineers have created the fastest, most responsive, flexible silicon phototransistor ever made.
Aquion Energy and Eguana Technologies collaborate to provide customers with an integrated energy storage module.
Spanish researchers review the knowledge-based production of waterborne hybrid polymer materials
This paper reviews the recent progresses in selective laser melting of titanium alloys and titanium matrix composites for biomedical applications.
Innovative 3D silicon solar cell design on both macroscale and nanoscale boosts efficiency while lowering cost.
Getting a PhD is the first big step towards a career in academia. Hints and tips for grad school are presented in Advanced Science.
A new special issue of Advanced Materials has highlighted the broad multidisiplinary work being done at the Molecular Foundry, part of the Lawerence Berkeley laboratory.
A team of US and Chinese scientists has demonstrated a new, nonhalogenated solvent system to produce high performance polymer solar cells.
An Ir-complex modified nanoprobe to sensitively monitor hypoxia in cancer cells without interfering autofluorescence is developed.
Bruns and co-workers have produced a composite membrane that remains water-tight even if punctured with a sharp item.
Nanostructures with typical linewidths in the range 100 – 400 nm are best replicated using semi-crystalline polymers such as polypropylene.