A new nanofluid coating provides an opportunity to reduce energy waste in the next generation of smart windows.
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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.
Sun and Ruoff go straight in at number one this week, with their new method for casting graphene structures.
Researchers review current knowledge of copper-oxide semiconductors and develop first Cu4O3-based solar cell.
Advanced Energy Materials scores phenomenal Immediacy Index of 1.950 for 2011, looks to receiving high Impact Factor next year for 2012.
Eight new papers in the Top 10 this week, including super-stretchable carbon ropes and a new molecule for high-efficiency solar cells.
The new Tesla Model S electric car uses up to 85 kWh of lithium ion batteries from Panasonic.
The latest guest-edited issue of Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics takes an in-depth look at solar cells, transistors and characterization, with reviews free to download.
BASF Corporation, through its Ovonic battery materials affiliate announces a royalty-bearing license covering cathode precursor materials used in lithium-ion batteries.
Haydale Limited believe new method will supply commercial quantities, announce distribution deal with Cheaptubes Inc.
Effort to accelerate the deployment of CIGS manufacturing will play a critical role in building a competitive U.S. photovoltaic industry.
Selective and effective: silicon nanowires as photoelectrodes for carbon dioxide fixation