For over two decades, Professor Karl Leo has been giving a thought to the realization of this component and currently, it has turned out to be a reality: At the Institute for Applied Physics at the TU Dresden, his research team has provided the first highly effective organic bipolar transistor.
The silicon-based computer chips that power our modern devices require vast amounts of energy to operate. Despite ever-improving computing efficiency, information technology is projected to consume around 25% of all primary energy produced by 2030.
At Osaka University, a new technique has been illustrated by the scientists for making three-dimensional integrated circuit connections that function at low temperatures and does not need external pressure.
A promising solution has been held by the lithium–sulfur batteries as next-generation energy storage devices due to their ultrahigh theoretical energy density.
A novel approach to building improved, safer lithium-metal batteries has been formulated by Stanford scientists in a new study.
An international team, which included Skoltech researchers and their colleagues from France, the United States, and Switzerland, found out why energy losses occur during the charge-discharge cycle in lithium-ion batteries with cathodes made from complex lithium-rich oxides of transition metals.
Scientists from the Republic of Korea and India have reported the development of a novel zinc-air battery with self-recharging capabilities based on functionalized graphene nanosheets produced from biomass.
New research demonstrates how a magnetic substance can be used to monitor how long a rechargeable battery has left before it has to be recharged.
With the fast expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing, worldwide data traffic has grown at an exponential rate. Since optical communication systems are the critical components of the global communications infrastructure, they confront significant hurdles in addressing the impending “capacity crisis.”
Scientists from the People’s Republic of China have evaluated the importance of electrostatic interactions to improve the bioprinting of constructs with sodium alginate-based bioinks by incorporating biocompatible ...