Researchers at KIT in Germany demonstrate reverse surface wettability by salinization.
A new dielectric coating could help solve a long-standing problem and enhance the performance of lithium-rich materials.
Scientists have developed a method for precise, fast, and high-quality laser processing of halide perovskites, promising light-emitting materials for solar energy, optical electronics, and metamaterials.
Atom-thick layers of platinum supported by graphene could provide cost-effective fuel cell catalysts with unprecedented catalytic activity and longevity.
Metamaterials that can locally control their stiffness and shape would enable a host of new technologies.
Nanotechnology has emerged as an innovative tool in medicine that could alter the landscape in relation to disease treatment and prevention.
Scientists developed a fully print-in-place electronics technique that is gentle enough to work on surfaces as delicate as human skin.
Electronic plants designed to be more resilient to environmental stress could offer major advantages in agriculture.
Researchers reproduce the soft, stretchable, and smart skin of cephalopods.
A 0.2 mm thick sensor that can read fingerprints with incredible detail by detecting visible light reflected from the surface of the skin.
Graphene forms the basis of the world’s smallest accelerometer a team of scientists in Sweden and Germany has recently developed
Plasma printing pre-treatment contributes to increased print resolution with conductive nano inks on flexible polymer substrates.
As the demand for photovoltaics increases, so too does the demand for rare metal resources, which must be addressed.