A newly discovered material and its intriguing properties could pave the way for more efficient computing.
This nanogenerator built from waste DVDs can generate electricity from gliding droplets of water.
A new frontier in clean energy may be on the horizon with nanoscale generators that capture electricity from molecules.
Harnessing Alfvén waves, scientists take a step closer to clean and abundant energy by learning how to tame runaway electrons in fusion reactors.
Autonomous materials laboratories and the research communities that build them will be crucial to achieving our climate goals.
New research aims to improve the stability and safety of alternatives to rechargeable lithium-ion batteries using aqueous zinc and hydrogels.
Scientists explore the challenges facing alternatives to lithium-ion batteries and suggests a roadmap to overcome these obstacles.
A new design approach and specialized organic material helps improve the efficiency of lateral solar cells, turning energy generation on its side.
Two well-known, abundant, and low-cost materials are finding new life in grid-scale energy storage and sustainable water splitting technologies.
An innovative photoreactor concept achieves commercially viable performance indicators for a broad variety of solar-driven reactions.