A lab supported by Samsung has grown flaw-free graphene on a large scale, opening up the possibility of mass manufacturing it for consumer electronics.
In a step toward post-silicon electronics, a Stanford team has created stable carbon nanotube transistors that are as small as the best silicon transistors.
The University of Texas-Austin team behind the patch reports it is the first that can store data, which could be important for long-term health monitoring.
Arevo is the newest startup offering unusual types of filament for 3D printers, including carbon fiber and PEEK plastic.
Researchers recently found that solar cells made from perovskite can both absorb and emit light. They could be integrated into windows, which could then double as lights or displays.
The self-building structures could be incorporated into sensors, solar cells and self-healing materials in the future.
GE wants to use old-school technology in our newest mobile devices. It’s resurrecting the mechanical relay on the microscopic level, saying its mechanical switch technology could squeeze more capacity at lower power out of our smartphones.
Researchers published three papers today on an interesting semiconductor that can be used to create LEDs capable of producing any color.
A Northwestern University graduate student has discovered a new way to produce graphene by working with silver’s unique properties.
Carbon fiber is difficult to work with. In order to keep its strong, long strands of carbon intact, it must be pieced together by hand. A 3D printer could change that.