Researchers have proven that concentrated light, heat and high pressures can drive the one-step conversion of CO2 and water into liquid hydrocarbon fuels.
The ability to electrically control magnetism in a gate dielectric is demonstrated by physicists at North Carolina State University.
A Carbononics special issue in pss RRL – integrating electronics, photonics and spintronics with graphene quantum dots.
Researchers from the University of Calgary in Canada and Washington State University Tri-Cities in the US manipulated the structure of CNTs by introducing nitrogen between carbon atoms in CNTs, and succeeded in improving the charge storage capacity of CNT/polymer nanocomposites.
Researchers develop nanoscale materials that can improve the activities and stabilities of HER catalysts.
Researchers in China make a stretchable graphene-based motion sensor that can monitor all types of human activities with ultrahigh sensitivity.
A team of researchers at Stanford University has developed shape-controlled, self-wrapping electronics based on carbon nanotubes.
Chinese researchers have developed a graphene-based composite material to improve the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries.
Different types of photodetectors realized with carbon nanotubes are presented in this comprehensive review article.
Prof. Zhu and his co-workers from North Carolina State University have used a traditional method to advance CNT thin film production.