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.
Effort to accelerate the deployment of CIGS manufacturing will play a critical role in building a competitive U.S. photovoltaic industry.
University of Texas researchers develop materials that are stiff for initial implantation, and then soften to better match the mechanical properties of brain tissue.
A new type of hot electron bolometer has been developed from graphene, with great potential for sensing applications of all kinds.
A new iPad keyboard from Logitech represents the first major commercial use of dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) developed in the Grätzel lab at the EPFL.
Latest physica status solidi article highlights (May 2012)
New partnership, CalCharge, to foster California’s blossoming battery innovation ecosystem.
Magnetic recording, solid state lighting, graphene – the most downloaded pss articles from April.
Graphene and carbon nanotubes could improve the electronics used in computers and mobile phones, reveals new research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
One of the exciting potential applications of electromagnetically induced transparency and slow and stored light is for practical realization of quantum memory, and, ultimately, quantum computing. Recent advances using ensembles of warm atoms in vapor cells have been made.
A European research team has made a breakthrough in the printing of organic electronics.