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A new class of materials can efficiently use sunlight to generate solar steam for cleaning water and reducing waste
Argonne National Laboratory | 21.08.2019
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Researchers have developed a new method for producing highly detailed structures measuring less than 100 micrometres in diameter
ETH Zurich | 08.08.2019
Image credit: Carmela de Marco/ETH Zurich

Researchers have succeeded in placing light sources in atomically thin material layers with an accuracy of just a few nm
Technical University of Munich | 01.08.2019
Image credit: Christoph Hohmann/MCQST

Physicists make graphene discovery that could help develop superconductors at room temperature
Rutgers University | 31.07.2019
Image credit: Yuhang Jiang/Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Researchers have discovered a new type of 2D magnetic material that can be integrated into spintronic devices
EPFL | 17.06.2019
Image credit: Ahmet Avsar/EPFL

LEDs created from wonder material could revolutionize lighting and displays
Science | 04.06.2019
Image credit: N. Zhou et al/SCI. ADV. (2019)

Scientists have discovered a way to alter heat transport in thermoelectric materials
ORNL | 03.06.2019
Image credit: Michael Manley/ORNL, US DOE

Innovative approach to controlling magnetism could lead to ultra-low-power microchips
MIT | 12.11.2018
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Supercomputer predicts development of novel hybrid perovskites
Materials Today | 23.10.2018
Image credit: Volker Blum/Duke University

Using microphotonic chips, EPFL scientists are able to generate coherent ultrashort pulses
EPFL | 19.10.2018
Image credit: Erwan Lucas/EPFL

When light, not heat, causes melting: study reveals the details of light-induced phase changes
MIT | 15.10.2018
Image credit: MIT/Stanford University/Skoltech

Researchers quickly harvest 2-D materials, bringing them closer to commercialization
MIT | 11.10.2018
Image credit: Peng Lin

Self-healing material can build itself from carbon in the air
MIT | 11.10.2018
Image credit: MIT chemical engineers

Cost-effective method produces semiconducting films from materials that outperform silicon
MIT | 08.10.2018
Image credit: Wei Kong and Kuan Qiao