Oil-rich countries force through compromise at UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany, that many think falls short of acting on key conclusions from last year’s IPCC report.
Chemists have developed a hybrid semiconductor material for efficient and sustainable hydrogen production.
At standard temperature and pressure, CO2 exists as a gas. On cooling to -78.5°C, it becomes a solid called dry ice, which is a common refrigerant. At a critical temperature and pressure of 31.1°C and 72.9 atmospheres, respectively, CO2 becomes a supercritical fluid...
Unexpected breakthrough could bolster quantum photonics and solar cell efficiency.
Early results using novel materials and processes achieves milestone toward low-power tunneling field effect transistor.
Organic solar cells design could lead to more efficient, less expensive solar power.
Device selected for innovation awards at annual consumer electronics exhibition.
Solid nanoporous electolyte developed at ORNL could solve many of the safety concerns associated with current lithium-ion technology.
New technology could help power portable devices like satellite phones and radios.
Dow Corning and Crystal Solar will work together to support the latter’s breakthrough monocrystalline manufacturing approach.
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have shown how nanowires could pave the way for more efficient and cheaper solar cells.
Many efficient polymer solar cells include ITO. Yet this material is not well-suited for large-scale production.
Professor Roland Scheer reviews Adrian Kitai’s book on the principles of the PN junction.