Cellulose-based energy storage devices could provide a viable solution to creating sustainable, inexpensive electronics.
Researchers created liquid-metal battery that works at room-temperature. It promises more power than today’s lithium-ion batteries and can charge and deliver energy several times faster.
Scientists design a stretchable, adhesive, self-healing material that can change color as a result of movement for real-time motion sensors.
Researchers design a photo-electrochemical reactor to produce affordable “green” hydrogen.
Researchers explore an alternative, green supercapacitor concept that relies on seawater and carbon fibers derived from waste cotton.
Addressing the negative environmental impacts caused by fossil fuels and conventional refrigerants requires alternative and sustainable cooling solutions.
Scientists create a lightweight wood with incorporated magnetic nanoparticles for electromagnetic interference shielding.
A new way of making large sheets of graphene could lead to ultra-lightweight, flexible solar cells, and to new classes of light-emitting devices and other thin-film electronics
Microalgal biorefinery has emerged as one of the sustainable solutions for the production of biofuels and biochemicals. However, there are still some difficulties to be solved.
Zinc metal batteries built using a novel hydrogel electrolyte show remarkable performance and processability, making them suitable for the next generation of wearable energy storage devices.