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EPFL Scientists Design Nanowires from Perovskite Material

EPFL Scientists Design Nanowires from Perovskite Material

Scientists at EPFL have developed a simple and innovative method to make nanowires from perovskite material, which could aid in enhancing the efficiency of solar cells. [More]
Graphene-Wrapped Rechargeable Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

Graphene-Wrapped Rechargeable Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

A team of researchers from UK and China have designed a novel sulfur cathode wrapped with graphene for rechargeable lithium-sulfur batteries. Dr. Vasant Kumar from the University of Cambridge and Professor Renjie Chen from the Beijing Institute of Technology have led the research team in this project. [More]
Researchers Create Powerful Magnetic Field by Intercalating Lead Atoms on Graphene

Researchers Create Powerful Magnetic Field by Intercalating Lead Atoms on Graphene

A team of researchers in Spain have developed a method to generate a powerful magnetic field by intercalating lead atoms on a graphene sheet. The team included researchers from IMDEA Nanoscience, the University of the Basque Country, the Madrid Institute of Materials Science (CSIC) and the Autonomous University of Madrid. [More]
Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

Graphene Patterns Created in Plastic Sheets with a Laser

A research team from Rice University has succeeded in developing flexible multilayer graphene sheets, by patterning inexpensive polyimide sheets with a computer-controlled laser. [More]
Supercomputer Simulations Help Design New Nanocomposite Materials

Supercomputer Simulations Help Design New Nanocomposite Materials

Scientists at the University College London (UCL) have used supercomputer simulations to develop a ‘virtual lab’ for designing new nanocomposite materials. James Suter, Peter Coveney and Deren Groen based in UCL’s Centre for Computational Science have collaborated to develop the ‘virtual lab’. [More]
Sub-Nanoscale Computational Modeling Could Help Design Affordable Gold Catalysts

Sub-Nanoscale Computational Modeling Could Help Design Affordable Gold Catalysts

Researchers belonging to the University of Pittsburgh, Swanson School of Engineering, have led a study to explore the functioning of catalysts at the nanoscale level using novel computer simulations. [More]
Cost-Effective Method to Convert Wood to Nanocellulose

Cost-Effective Method to Convert Wood to Nanocellulose

Researchers from Sappi and Edinburgh Napier University have come up with an economical technique to convert wood into nanocellulose, which could be used for designing eco-friendly cars, for food thickening and also for treating wounds. [More]
Scientists Successfully Observe Light Propagation in Solar Cells

Scientists Successfully Observe Light Propagation in Solar Cells

Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich have used a new method to successfully study light propagation inside a solar cell directly. [More]
Morgan Advanced Materials and 2D-Tech Partner with the University of Manchester for Graphene Research

Morgan Advanced Materials and 2D-Tech Partner with the University of Manchester for Graphene Research

2D-Tech and Morgan Advanced Materials have agreed long-term partnerships with the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester in order to study future graphene applications. [More]

OCSiAl Starts Selling Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes and SWCNT-Based Modifiers Online

OCSiAl’s nanoadditives are now available online. A few clicks and a credit card is all a researcher needs to get high purity single wall carbon nanotubes to be delivered within days from OCSiAl’s online store... [More]
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