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Electronic properties news, June 2014

Putting the squeeze on record-breaking superconductors

Single grain Gd-Ba-Cu-O superconductor samples clamped together in a shrink-wrap steel ring.

LMU chemists have developed a novel type of red phosphor material, which significantly enhances the performance of white-emitting LEDs.

New studies demonstrate the ferroelectricity of elastin

Nanocrytsalline titanium dioxide is a promising material for the next generation of “smart windows”, according to new results from researchers in India.

Scientists have created a one-step process for producing highly efficient materials that let the maximum amount of sunlight reach a solar cell.

It is the breakthrough that physicists and chemists around the world have long anticipated and it will play a pivotal role in information technology.

Leading materials scientists join the conference.

Free access to presentations spanning thermal analysis techniques.

Free access to conference presentations, covering biosensors, graphene and diamond.

A large international team shows that the electronic properties of graphene change dramatically.

Seeing through opaque surfaces without exposure to x-rays.

Straddling the worlds of light and matter.

The best of materials science news from May 2014.

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