Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
Thin-film light absorbers are fabricated using an inkjet printer, and show power-conversion efficiencies of about 6.4%.
Impedance spectroscopy allows sensitive, simple, cheap devices for the quantitative detection of persistent toxic pollutants.
Mimicking the ultra-efficient organic human brain using inorganic structures is brought a step closer to reality with metal-sulphide microfibers.
Research into solar cell materials has shown that stibnite synthesis is fast and cheap, and can be easily scaled up, critical for industrial applications.