Researchers have carried out a simulation study choosing two state-of-the-art commercial high-power LED chips as prototypes.
Researchers in China have developed a simple technique for patterning functional organic materials over a large area via an indirect, solution processable method.
A new, economical approach to fabricate nanogap electrodes on flexible substrates is developed.
Different mechanisms for imparting conductivity to non-conductive polymeric biomaterials are discussed in a review by Patton et. al.
A wearable strain sensor is developed that could sensitively respond to cyclic small strain.
Renjie Chen and co-workers developed a nanogelator-based solid electrolyte that improves the safety of Li-ion batteries.
Researchers in Singapore have developed a strain-sensing actuator for rehabilitation and diagnostic devices for patient mobility and dexterity.
A fully edible supercapacitor has been developed from food-grade materials by researchers in the USA.
Microchips made of paper: Elvira Fortunato and Rodrigo Martins named European Inventor Award 2016 finalists
The European Patent Office (EPO) has named Elvira Fortunato and Rodrigo Martins as one of three finalist teams for the European Inventor Award 2016 in the category “Research”.
Polymer solar cells could be cheaper and more reliable thanks to Swedish and Chinese researchers.