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.
German scientists have found evidence for granular room-temperature superconductivity in water-treated graphite powder.
Compact LED light source “ilumLED” with four integrated LED chips for, e.g., microscopes.
Quantum design strategy pushes high-power vertical external-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VECSELs) beyond the 100 W milestone.
Researchers create flower-like structures out of the semiconductor germanium sulfide that have extremely thin petals with an enormous surface area.
A group from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science have developed a method for the production of mesoporous polymer/carbon nanospheres.
NFO is a magnetic material that holds promise for microwave technologies and next-generation memory devices.
Researchers have reported, for the first time, the fabrication of carbon-nanotube-fiber-based conductors by a simple prestraining-then-buckling approach.
Professor Robert Hamers of the University of Wisconsin-Madison reviews “Silicon Nanocrystals”, edited by Lorenzo Pavesi and Rasit Turan.