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A new eco-friendly perovskite solar cell improves stability and minimizes harmful solvents and lead leakage found in conventional cells.
Color-selective organic light sensors are produced by inkjet printing with semiconducting inks.
A new nanoreactor integrates multiple catalysts to carry out multiple reactions in the same pot, streamlining the production of fine chemicals—including urgently needed medicines.
A new class of polymers to clean up mercury pollution that can be produced sustainably on a large scale from elemental sulfur and renewable plant oils.
Researchers at UC San Diego bring lithium metal batteries one step closer to commercialization with their new ultrasound device.
A new smart bandage is effective in the treatment of chronic wounds brought about by diabetes.
Researchers develop a cell-free cardiac patch to help heart tissue recover after a heart attack.
In honor of the UN’s International Day of Women in Science, this week we highlight Katherine Johnson, pioneering mathematician and NASA legend.
Synthetic chemicals that were released into the environment for the first time 80 years ago have been linked to harmful health effects, and more of them are migrating slowly from the soil, according to University of Arizona research.