Systematic insights into well-defined platinum-alloy nanoparticles promise cheaper and more-efficient fuel cells.
The January 2011 issue of new journal Advanced Energy Materials is now freely available online at www.advenergymat.de.
Understanding the morphology changes in plastic solar cells may hold clues for the development of new high-performance materials.
Sumit Chaudhary and co-workers from Iowa State University demonstrate that design optimization of the textured substrate leads to polymer-based solar cells that...
Scientists from the University of Linz engage in developing electronics that can simply be thrown onto the compost heap or, if in...
Professor Sanjay Mathur of the University of Cologne reviews Nanotechnology for the Energy Challenge, a new text covering areas of energy research...
A European research team has improved solar cell performance by 500% by using copper oxide and zinc oxide nanowire arrays.
Metal-organic frameworks surpass feasible nanoparticle powders in surface area and come close to the ultimate adsorption limit for solids.
What if a nanodevice, implanted in your body, could power itself by harnessing the mechanical energy of your own moving muscles?
Jaephil Cho, Dean of the Interdisciplinary School of Green Energy in Ulsan, discusses energy research in South Korea.