The TriboPump enables energy-efficient water disinfection at the point of use.
Professor Maria Antonietta Loi can be described best as an experimental solid-state physicist with a great love for photophysics and optoelectronics. In short, she just loves light! Born in Sardinia, Maria studied physics and finished her Ph.D. in Cagliari in 2001....
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.
Thin film solar cells on flexible polymer foils have new electricity generation efficiency of 20.4%.
Assistant professor David Kisailus studies the chiton, a marine snail found off the coast of California, to develop nanoscale materials for energy applications.
Polymer film developed in Langer lab could be used in artificial muscle and to power micro- and nanoelectronic devices.
MIT researchers change film morphologies by making simple changes in LbL assembly conditions.