Rutgers and other physicists have discovered an exotic form of electrons that spin like planets and could lead to advances in lighting, solar cells, lasers and electronic displays.
Physicists at McMaster University have for the first time identified a simple mechanism used by potentially deadly bacteria to fend off antibiotics, a discovery which is providing new insights into how germs adapt and behave at a level of detail never seen before.
Ruthenium catalyst has potential applications in sustainable hydrogen production for clean energy and in industrial processes
The QUTIS group at the UPV/EHU has participated in a piece of international research together with the CSIC and the University of Ulm in Germany
Researchers at the Nagoya Institute of Technology (NITech) in Japan have demonstrated that a specific material can act as an efficient battery component for sodium-ion batteries that will compete with lithium-ion batteries for several battery characteristics, especially speed of charge.
Lead-based perovskites already gained much attention as promising materials for low-cost and high-efficiency solar cells. However, the intrinsic instability and the toxicity of lead (Pb) have raised serious concerns of the viability of Pb-based perovskites, hindering large-scale commercialization of...
A telescope has been officially launched on the Canary Islands to detect optical signals from gravitational waves.
The development of nanofiber electrodes could lead to the efficacy of cleaning wastewater and could make it inexpensive, too.
Water exists in not one but rather two distinct liquid phases, according to a new research.
Scientists have created a light with the brightness of a billion suns.
With new space telescopes, physicists were able to develop a computer model that tells us how sun spicules are formed.