A new ink deposition method simplifies a complicated process for creating efficient perovskite solar cells.
Through a happy accident, researchers have identified a new self-repairing electronic material that could make sci-fi dreams a reality.
Evaporative cooling systems use a fraction of the energy and could be used together with conventional air conditioners to tackle energy demands.
Advances in sustainable, methanol-based fuels bring us a step closer to carbon neutral shipping.
New membrane inspired from bamboo allows researchers to create new 2D material for better ion transport in batteries.
New design in lithium-air battery aims to get more electric vehicles on the road.
Microfluidic processing could help to make a competitive printed photovoltaics industry a reality.
A molecule-thick material is opening doors for the advancement of flexible and recyclable organic solar cells.
What if the energy released when freight trains slow or stop could be applied to carbon capture technology?
A new conjugated polymer provides opportunity to improve insulating materials around high-voltage cables for more efficient power transmission.