Rutgers-led research could benefit next-generation electronics
In the short term, the advance should particularly help with organic light-emitting diodes that operate at high energy to emit colors such as green and blue
Erin Ratcliff's experiments with organic polymers boost prospects for developing more sensitive wearable and implantable bioelectronics that can record, regulate and repair what ails us
New classes of printable electrically conducting polymer materials make better electrodes for plastic electronics and advanced semiconductor devices
"Inverse spin Hall effect" works in several organic semiconductors
UVM scientists invent new approach in quest for organic solar panels and flexible electronics
By inserting platinum atoms into an organic semiconductor, University of Utah physicists were able to “tune” the plastic-like polymer to emit light of different colors – a step toward more efficient, less expensive and truly white organic LEDs for light bulbs of the future.