High-throughput computational materials screening is turning out to be an efficient highway to optoelectronic semiconductor design.
Scientists at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology make artificial eye far better than anything current.
As the way in which we work, socialize, and live becomes ever-more digital, enabling faster internet speeds and bandwidth capacity while using existing infrastructures promises a new dawn of the digital age.
Researchers develop an easily scalable approach for fabricating cholesteric liquid-crystal elastomer films.
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.
Near-infrared sensors and displays developed based on the maximized efficiency of optical wavelength conversion.
The next generation of contact lenses addresses current problems such as dry, itchy eyes.
Clarifying some of the misconceptions, limitations, and capabilities of CEM modelling to help researchers find the right tools for their needs.
Discotic liquid crystals could serve as organic power cables for novel electronic and opto‐electronic devices.
A new micro-lens array technology produces high-quality 3D images that can be used to improve driver safety, vehicle function, and provide innovative design effects.
Improving the eye’s ability to detect light in the near-infrared region could do more than help humans see in the dark.
An on-chip multi-wavelength IR sensor that can measure the thermal spectrum of matter.
As the demand for photovoltaics increases, so too does the demand for rare metal resources, which must be addressed.