Researchers from China were inspired by the structure of an egg to create multilayered nanospheres with favorable energy storage properties.
Graphene analogues, due to their remarkable electrochemical properties, have shown great potential in energy-related applications.
Researchers from Singapore have grown nanoporous nickel sulfide on nickel foam to generate promising electrodes for supercapacitors.
A fully edible supercapacitor has been developed from food-grade materials by researchers in the USA.
Researchers in China build powerful and durable all-solid-state supercapacitors using black phosphorus nanoflakes.
Flexible MXene/carbon composite electrodes composed of alternating layers of titanium carbide-based MXene and carbon nanotubes have been fabricated.
A soft laminate simultaneously functions as a high-efficiency bending actuator and a high-efficiency open-air supercapacitor.
Synthesized form of niobium oxide developed at UCLA has a great facility for storing energy.
Rice lab finds vanadium oxide/graphene material works well for lithium-ion storage.
Professor X. W. Lou and co-workers report a new method to grow nanosheets on conductive substrates as a conductive agent-free electrode for supercapacitors.