This year’s MRS Spring Meeting was again one of the largest ever.
A new special issue of Energy Technology addresses areas where advanced energy technology can be printed.
New work explores efforts using carbonaceous materials to develop highly efficient DSSCs.
The first symposium in Australia dedicated to the subject of 2D nanomaterials research, 2D15, took place in Melbourne on the 10th-11th March, 2015.
3-D printing technology has opened new possibilities for Israel Institute of Technology’s Stephan Rudykh to test his models of active material properties.
Researchers from from China and Hong Kong have now developed an approach to shrinking Al nanoparticles.