Porphyrin Dimers Increase Efficiency of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
Scientists Make Ink Disappear, Make Paper Reusable
Scientists Use Inkjet Printer to Manipulate Genes in New Ways
How Did Evolution Begin?
'Look Mom No Electricity': Transmitting Information with Chemistry
'Kind and Gentle' Molecular Machine Could Operate at Near-Equilibrium
Engineers create 'superomniphobic' texture capable of repelling all liquids
(Phys.org) —A pair of researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science has created the first surface texture that can repel all liquids, no matter what material the surface ...
Single-atom gold catalysts may offer path to low-cost production of fuel and chemicals
New catalysts designed and investigated by Tufts University School of Engineering researchers and collaborators from other university and national laboratories have the potential to greatly reduce processing costs in future ...
Ultimate recycling: New plastic that disappears when you want it to
Plastic populates our world through everything from electronics to packaging and vehicles. Once discarded, it resides almost permanently in landfills and oceans. A discovery by researchers at North Dakota ...
New semiconductor device could lead to better photodetectors
(Phys.org) —UCLA researchers have developed a perovskite photodetector that could reduce manufacturing costs and improve the quality of medical and commercial light sensors.
Revolutionary solar-friendly form of silicon shines
Silicon is the second most-abundant element in the earth's crust. When purified, it takes on a diamond structure, which is essential to modern electronic devices—carbon is to biology as silicon is to technology. ...
Researchers devise a means for growing near 2-D chemical gardens (w/ Video)
Chemical engineers borrow technique to store solar energy
(Phys.org) —Chemical engineers at Stanford have designed a catalyst that could help produce vast quantities of pure hydrogen through electrolysis – the process of passing electricity through water to ...
Clearing a path for electrons in polymers: Closing in on the speed limits
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have identified a class of low-cost, easily-processed semiconducting polymers which, despite their seemingly disorganised internal structure, can transport electrons ...