Article - 16 Apr 2018
The applications of 2D materials is one that is growing. Being used as a semiconducting material is one of the most common ways in which 2D materials are exploited.
News - 6 Dec 2017
Carbon footprint can be drastically reduced by replacing the everyday gas guzzler with a hydrogen fueled car. So why cannot everyone make the switch?
One of the reasons why individuals do not...
News - 31 Jul 2014
Scientists from the University of Illinois at Chicago have synthesized a catalyst that improves their system for converting waste carbon dioxide into syngas, a precursor of gasoline and other...
News - 27 May 2020
Dr. Jeong Nam-Jo of Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) Marine Energy Convergence and Integration Research Team developed synthesis technologies of electrode material that can directly...
News - 1 Feb 2016
Computer chips are currently built by stacking layers of varied materials and engraving patterns into them.
A report on the very first chip fabrication method developed by a team of MIT researchers...
News - 3 Jun 2022
In an article recently published in the journal Applied Surface Science, researchers discussed the synergistic lubrication processes of molybdenum disulfide films under graphene-oil lubricated...
News - 24 Jul 2015
A team of researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Department of Energy, has integrated a new synthesis process with standard electron-beam lithography methods to create complex and scalable...
Article - 12 Aug 2019
In this interview, Tim Nunney, Marketing Manager at Thermo Fisher, speaks about how to gain insight into 2D materials.
News - 12 Feb 2018
Two-dimensional materials have some incredible properties that can offer entirely new technical possibilities – just think of graphene and its use in anything from sensor technology to solar...
Article - 31 Jul 2001
The reprocessing of nuclear fuels is a complex one. Materials such as concrete, stainless steels, titanium, zirconium, hafnium and various polymers all play a role and have been selected for their...