Semi-transparent solar cells allow plants and solar energy to be efficiently generated on the same crop land.
What are alternative technologies to lithium-ion batteries and what does the future hold for energy storage?
Mapping the locations of all the atoms in a cathode material allows for a better understanding of degradation mechanisms and the development of better batteries.
Interface engineering in rechargeable batteries — A trade-off between functionality and detrimental effects
Rechargeable batteries are composite systems with a high density of interfaces. Learning which interfacial phenomena occur under operation could help prevent detrimental effects.
In honour of John B. Goodenough’s 98th birthday, we celebrate his life and career, which were shaped by some of the defining events of the last century.
Celebrating “10 years of Advanced Energy Materials Research,” Tierui Zhang opens up about his scientific career and his rather unique hobby of chemistry stamp collecting.
Investigating metabolic resistance mechanisms of waterhemp, a weed species damaging crop production, could help researchers identify long-term approaches to sustainably manage the species.
Hydrogen is a promising sustainable energy source, and exciting steps are being made towards realizing a hydrogen-powered, zero emissions infrastructure.
A newly discovered class of fundamental bonding interactions is changing our understanding of chemistry.
Long-term and global datasets of Paleolithic archaeologists are relevant for present climate action, and new interdisciplinary alliances are needed to exploit them.
The 2020 Journal Citation Reports have been released, and the 2019 impact factors for select Wiley journals are now available.
After nearly four years with us, we wish her well in the future.
A century on from his groundbreaking paper on polymerization, Advanced Science News takes a look at the life and work of Nobel Laureate, Hermann Staudinger.