A new strategy towards high efficiency, low cost and large-scale application of perovskite films is demonstrated.
A historic article by Max Planck, first published (in print) in 1901 has reached the top 5% of scores in Altmetrics.
An outlook to the forthcoming MRS Spring Meeting, to be held from April 6-10, 2015 for the last time in San Francisco, California.
New Humboldt Professorships have been awarded, among them three prominent international physicists working on electronic, magnetic and superconducting materials.
A new Focus issue in pss (RRL) with 10 Reviews and 21 Letters provides an overview on the state-of-the-art in the field of semiconductor nanowires.
Researchers have developed a transparent diode with copper-alloyed zinc sulfide as p-type conducting material.
A group from FZ Juelich have investigated methods for controlling magnetic particle clouds on microwire crossbar chips.
Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered a way to make a new metamaterial that might accomplish negative refraction of light.
The research group “PolarCon” publishes a collection of papers describing the technological challenges of epitaxially grown non- or semipolar nitride structures.