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Photonics

perovskite

2D Materials for Conducting Hole Currents from Grain Boundaries in Perovskite Solar Cells

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Grain boundaries (GBs) in PSCs have been found to be detrimental to the photovoltaic performance of the devices. Numerous papers reported that the defects...
Nanographene

3D Design Leads to First Stable and Strong Self-Assembling 1D Nanographene Wires

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Nanographene is flexible, yet stronger than steel. With unique physical and electronic properties, the material consists of carbon molecules with only one atom thick...
Technology Uses 'Single' Approach to Develop Electronics, Acoustics

Technology Uses ‘Single’ Approach to Develop Electronics, Acoustics

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A Purdue University innovator has developed a new approach to creating popular thin films used for devices across a broad range of fields, including...
Researchers Capture First 3D Super-Resolution Images in Living Mice

Researchers Capture First 3D Super-Resolution Images in Living Mice

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Researchers have developed a new microscopy technique that can acquire 3D super-resolution images of subcellular structures from about 100 microns deep inside biological tissue,...
laser

Modification of Graphene Using Laser Light

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Graphene is an exciting new material, which has been characterized as a 'wonder material because of its excellent properties. Graphene gained widespread attention in...
Artificial Neural Network

Artificial Neural Network That is Energy Efficient

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Training neural networks to perform tasks, such as recognizing images or navigating self-driving cars, could one day require less computing power and hardware thanks...
Researchers develop first self-cooling laser made with a silica fiber

Researchers Develop First Self-Cooling Laser Made With a Silica Fibre

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Researchers have toiled for years, unsuccessfully, in pursuit of a silica optical fibre that would cool itself when excited with infrared laser light. Such a...
Photonic

Photonic Controlled Smart Materials to Twist and Bend

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Researchers at Tufts University School of Engineering have created light-activated composite devices able to execute precise, visible movements and form complex three-dimensional shapes without...