With their latest measuring system "InfiniteFocusG6", Bruker Alicona continues to lead the way in the field of Optical Metrology.
In an article recently published in the journal ACS Applied Energy Materials, researchers discussed the utility of fiber optic sensors for sodium plating detection in sodium-ion batteries.
A government-funded research institute under the Ministry of Science and ICT has proven to be successful in developing rare-earth-saving permanent magnets.
There is overwhelming evidence that human activity is causing the environment to undergo profound changes due to climate change.
As a result of the materials fabricated at Imperial College London (ICL), new solar cell devices that are simpler and affordable to make could soon be commercially available in the market.
An international research team has moved closer to developing a more sustainable, rechargeable ‘organic’ battery model by doubling its energy storage capability.
According to KAUST research, a complete understanding of how electrical charges operate inside perovskites could help guide attempts to enhance the effectiveness of next-generation solar cells based on such materials.
According to a recently funded national partnership directed by Penn State University (PSU), electronics comprising wide bandgap semiconductors offer improved resistance against radiation damage compared to traditional silicon-based electronics.
A team of researchers from Belgium and the Netherlands have proposed a novel approach to numerically predicting and studying the influence of droplet size on atmospheric corrosion. Currently in the pre-proof stage of publication, the paper will appear in the journal Corrosion Science.
Scientists have reported the investigation of adhesive inter-layer interactions in perovskite solar cells. Published in ACS Applied Energy Materials, the new research has been contributed to by scientists from Worcester Polytechnic University, in the US state of Massachusetts.