Synthesized form of niobium oxide developed at UCLA has a great facility for storing energy.
Researchers have developed a transparent diode with copper-alloyed zinc sulfide as p-type conducting material.
Scientists engineer a chemically stable and atomically sharp lanthanum aluminate monolayer between LaAlO3 and strontium titanate heterostructures.
Researchers have obtained new insights into the atomistic and electronic structure of the oxygen vacancy in SrTiO3 through first-principles calculations.
Photosynthesis is considered the “Holy Grail” in the field of sustainable energy generation because it directly converts solar energy into storable fuel using nothing but water and carbon dioxide (CO2). Scientists have long tried to mimic the underlying natural processes and to optimize them for energy device applications such as photo-electrochemical cells (PEC), which use [...]
The properties of transparent glass sponges make them an ideal light source for photobioreactors for producing biofuels from algae.
A European research team has improved solar cell performance by 500% by using copper oxide and zinc oxide nanowire arrays.