Sandia Labs shows machine learning could lop a year off technology design cycle
Engineered living materials could be used to detect and filter contaminants in water, in packaging to detect and alert to damage, and act as "living photographs"
New material converts from sheets to tubes and back in a controllable fashion
Engineers find that antioxidants can prevent imaging damage to conducting polymers that comprise soft electronic devices, such as organic solar cells
The discovery is another step forward in the effort to find alternative uses for Wyoming's Powder River Basin coal
Promising applications include underarm pads, insoles, and shoe linings; moisture harvested could also power small wearable electronics
Novel approach shows promise for overcoming the bottleneck of blue emission in displays using organic light-emitting diodes
These fleeting disruptions may help explain why lead hybrid perovskites are exceptionally good at turning sunlight into electrical current in solar cells
Rutgers engineers' invention can become color-changing 'artificial muscle'
The Q4 TASMAN Series 2 extends Bruker’s line of benchtop OES systems, combining reliability and outstanding analytical performance with low cost of ownership