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.
All Printable Perovskite Solar Modules: PCE of 6% at A4-size!
A hybrid dual‐wavelength optoacoustic biomicroscope is developed to provide better insights into cerebrovascular function and facilitate efficient studies into neurological and vascular abnormalities of the brain.
New predictions for efficiently making blue lighting from red lighting.
Researchers design a digital metasurface for real-time control of electromagnetic waves.
Wearable mercury sensors will radically change the field of food and water analysis.
Celebrating 30 years of Advanced Materials and the 15th anniversary of the NCNST!
A team of American researchers tested the possibilites of using Raman spectroscopy to assess collagen structure or collagen integrity in bone.
Smart artificial skin can be applied to the joints of fingers as a wearable tweezer to capture and release of droplets without energy supply or external appliance.
The world’s largest and most energetic laser fired with 2.15 megajoules (MJ) of energy – more than 10 % higher than the previous energy record set in March 2012.
Combining the state-of-the-art in photonic crystals, shape memory polymers, and electroactive polymers in a single nanocomposite makes for a zero-energy rewritable paper suitable for long term data storage.