KAIST researchers discuss the recent progress of flexible piezoelectric thin-film harvesters and nanosensors for use in biomedical fields.
Using a composite ink for direct inkjet printing of dielectric thick films offers new possibilities for the printing of dielectric components and devices.
40 years ago, Tuomo Suntola and his group demonstrated the growth of ZnS thin films in alternating, saturating gas-solid reactions, paving the way for ALD.
A multinational team lead by the University of Oxford has discovered a novel topological insulator in the form of Sb-doped Bi2Se3 nanowires.
Researchers have formed perovskite films from a seed layer grown with atomic layer deposition, an standard technology for dielectric materials.
New research has found that “edge-free” monolayer MoS2 films supported by 3D nanoporous gold possess outstanding catalytic activity,
The Terrones group at The Pennsylvania State University in the US has reported a controlled technique able to dope graphene with silicon atoms.
Researchers have successfully fabricated titanium surfaces chemically functionalized with the flavonoids taxifolin and quercitrin.