Generating electricity from the rain.
An international team of researchers made the widest study on what happens during battery failure.
Advanced Functional Materials publishes a special issue on the most advanced achievements and promising approaches in the field of bio-inspired materials for photonics.
Rice University’s James Tour Group creates single-surface material for energy storage, electronics.
Most downloaded papers from the physica status, including as the ‘pss classic’ on amorphous germanium by Jan Tauc from 1966 and much more.
Researchers demonstrate that the fluorescence of PDPA in solid film can be tuned by copolymerization of monomers with different alkyl side chain lengths.
Block copolymers based on azobenzene-containing homo-polyesters have been investigated for use in future data storage technology.
Researchers have developed a new system using galinstan liquid metal and nanoparticles, in what could be a major development for flexible and self-repairing electronics.
Dielectric elastomer actuators are made stronger and more easily using a synthesis approach that doesn’t rely on pre-stretching the polymer.
IBM Fellow to receive the Material Research Society’s highest honor.
The new journal, Energy Technology, is accepting manuscripts on applied energy research in all areas of energy generation, conversion, storage, and distribution.
Korean researchers demonstrate a new, polymer-based method to fabricate electronic stickers to be used on unconventional surfaces such as clothing or skin.
Researchers in China have developed a method for synthesizing large graphene grains, for application in advanced electronics.