Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered that electrons in graphene actually moves like slow pouring honey.
A team of international physicists have created a new type of artificial 'graphene.'
A team of scientists have created a new type of nanowires that are built with natural gas heating.
A team of researchers have developed a new technique, which traps and controls light on the surface of graphene, through the use of laser lights. This new technique paves the way for a range of electronic devices to be developed.
Materials in lithium ion battery electrodes expand and contract during charge and discharge. These volume changes drive particle fracture, which shortens battery lifetime. A group of ETH and PSI scientists have quantified this effect for the first time using high-resolution 3D movies recorded using ...