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  • Scientists create new ultra-sensitive heat sensor with thermoelectric polymer mixture

    Researchers from each side of the Atlantic collaborated on the development of a new heat sensor with a polymer gels of p-type, in which positively-charged ions carry current, and a highly-conductive n-type polymer gel that carries current with negatively-charged ions. details>>
  • Scientists create an organic transistor that works with both low and high currents

    Physicists at the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) of Munich, Germany developed a fabrication technique for tiny organic transistors with a structure that allows them to work with low or high currents, according to a report from the university. details>>
  • Researchers discover method for simplifying electronics through material with dual role

    Scientists at Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio) discovered a crystal material, NaSn2AS2, that acts as both an electron-holder or a hole-holder, performing the multiple roles that form the foundation of electronic devices and removing the need for multiple layers in electronics. details>>
  • Quantum dots could be the future for advanced electronics based on new measurements

    Researchers at Stanford University (Calif.) developed a new measurement technique to determine the quality of quantum dots, which they believe could soon replace single-crystal semiconductors in advanced electronics. details>>
  • Silicon-graphene photonic device engineered to enable faster communications

    Scientists at the University of Delaware (Newark) developed a photonic device from silicon and graphene that transmits radio frequency waves in less than a picosecond at a sub-terahertz bandwidth, a significant enhancement in communications between devices. details>>
  • Researchers discover new process for developing 2-D borophene using a gold bath

    A team of researchers from Rice University (Houston, Texas), Argonne National Laboratory (Lemont, Ill.), and Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) demonstrated that boron atoms placed in a bath of gold heated by a furnace will form 2-D layers of borophene on the surface of the gold when it is cooled. details>>
  • Supercomputer simulations reveal precise molecular mechanisms that cause droplets to combine

    Researchers at the Universities of Edinburgh and Warwick (U.K.) used supercomputers to run molecular simulations and analyze the interactions between thermal-capillary waves, the ripples on the surface of droplets that are invisible to the naked eye, and discover the mechanisms behind droplets combining on a surface. details>>
  • Scientists turn to machine learning to model new material structures for organic electronics

    Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory (Lemont, Ill.) developed a method for creating the molecular structures of materials for next-generation organic electronics by using machine learning. details>>
  • Evidence discovered of heat moving through graphite the way sound moves through air

    Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass. discovered a new mode of heat transport, dubbed second sound, in graphite, where heat moves in waves like sound typically moves through air. details>>
  • Light is used as a switch to control the thermal conductivity of novel polymers

    Scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign designed and demonstrated a polymer material that can be switched from thermally insulating to thermally conductive using light, according to a report from the university. details>>
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