Scientists developed cryogenic memory cells that could be orders of magnitude faster than existing memories while consuming very little power.
Researchers use ordered templates to impart unprecedented tessellating patterns in composites made from inorganic materials.
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Clarifying some of the misconceptions, limitations, and capabilities of CEM modelling to help researchers find the right tools for their needs.
German physicists converted electrical signals into photons and radiated them in specific directions using a nanometer-scale antenna.
Monash University researchers have developed the world’s most efficient lithium-sulphur battery, capable of powering a smartphone for five continuous days.
Analysis reveals never-before-seen details about a type of thin film being explored for advanced microelectronics.
A recent study seeks to identify, understand, and solve issues surrounding the integration of ferro/piezo-electric materials with silicon technology.
Sensors that are worn on the skin could soon be powered by our own body heat.
Organic solar cells could be an important part of future power generation, but only if their efficiency increases.