Prof. Zannoni and co-workers publish research on the deposition of sexithiophene on a fullerene substrate.
New research investigates the position of molecular memory on a nanometer-thick film.
Graphene-treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology, reducing production costs and allowing for more affordable, flexible displays.
The Fredrickson group at UC Santa Barbara uses self-consistent field theory to explore the formation of defects in diblock copolymers.
Experiments have resulted in gold films with a theoretically expected transparency of over 80% in the visible range.
new research has combined inkjet printing and metal nanoparticle inks as a novel, low-cost solution for interconnect fabrication.
Hopping of localized, intrachain polarons leads to high charge carrier mobilities in a donor acceptor type conjugated copolymer.