A team of researchers at Stanford University has developed shape-controlled, self-wrapping electronics based on carbon nanotubes.
A facile, green, and tunable synthesis for mesoporous spheres consisting of noble metals is developed. The spheres are potential catalysts in fuel cells.
Bringing together recently published studies, trends are displayed how the molecular weight of conjugated polymers influences the photovoltaic performance.
Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich, and Aziz Sancar win the 2015 award for mechanistic studies of DNA repair.
The fundamentals and the advances in the fabrication methods of whispering gallery mode cavities, as well as their application prospects are presented in this review article.
New research published in Advanced Science by a team of Chinese researchers presents the control of the emission color of CH3NH3PbBr3 perovskite quantum dots using precipitation temperature.
Anti-fouling zwitterionic coatings were successfully prepared by a surface Kabachnik-Fields reaction and subsequent deprotection of phosphonate groups.
A solution-processable indigo acceptor delivers comparable performance to not just state-of-the-art fullerene-based devices but also silicon photodiodes.
Researchers at the University of Technology in Sydney have developed a new material that can keep roofs cooler than the air above them, even in direct sunlight.
Researchers have developed a microfludic platform for high-throughput preparation of multicomponent photopolymerized nanocomposite films.