Electronic properties news, November 2014

Quick, efficient, and sustainable synthesis of inorganic nanomaterials using bacteria.

Swellable titanium carbide for cyclable capacitave energy storage.

Confined surface phonon polaritons inhexagonal boron nitride exhibit unique metamaterial properties.

New polarizing filter that allows in more light, leading the way for mobile device displays.

A new approach for transferring thin film semiconductor films made from MoS2 onto substrates.

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Separating of molybdenum disulfide monolayers.

A new technique to help produce more reliable and robust next generation photonic chips.

Self-doped superconductors at room temperature.

Confirming the workings of an emerging class of materials.

From 27–30th October, 350 delegates, from over 30 countries, gathered at the Hilton hotel in Clearwater, FL for NuMAT 14.

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The Journal of the European Ceramic Society is pleased to announce that financial support for projects is now available from the JECS Trust.

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