In a new paper published in the Nanoletters journal, scientists from the University of Valencia point to a new family of materials with promising applications in solid-state cooling.
When Thomas Edison wanted a filament for his light bulb, he scoured the globe collecting thousands of candidates before settling on bamboo. (It was years before people were able to make tungsten work properly.) That's our ...
A Dartmouth College scientist and his collaborators have created an artificial protein that organizes new materials at the nanoscale.
Research scientists at INM - Leibniz-Institute for New Materials have developed luminous particles that can also withstand high temperatures. When activated by UV light or x-rays, they glow orange red.
New robotic gripping surface for sensitive devices adds a new dimension to handling: a boost for Industry 4.0
Components with highly sensitive surfaces are used in automotive, semiconductor, display and optical technologies.
Thermoelectric materials, which can directly and reversibly convert heat to electrical energy, are used in a variety of applications, including cooling of electronic devices and waste heat energy conversion.
A new technology that is easy to manufacture and uses commercially available materials makes it possible to continuously remove oils and other pollutants from water, representing a potential tool for environmental cleanup.
The INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials has joined forces with a manufacturer of analytical equipment to reduce particles losses and avoid false negatives.
In 2004 British national Dhiren Barot was arrested for conspiring to commit a public nuisance by the use of radioactive materials, among other charges. Authorities claimed that Barot had researched the production of "dirty ...