Electronic properties news, April 2022

Designing biomolecules for adaptive properties

Spontaneous emergence of complex patterns in mixtures of biomolecules

By adding ferrocene molecules into perovskite solar cells, researchers have been able to vastly improve the cells’ efficiency and stability.

A machine-learning system that utilizes experience could speed up the development of optimized production methods for perovskite solar cells.

Utlizing molecular-beam epitaxy, researchers have developed a novel process for growing single layers of hexagonal boron nitride on graphene.

Researchers have developed a thermophotovoltaic cell that can convert heat directly to electricity with an efficiency of around 40%.

Atomic vibrations known as phonons can function as a knob to tune the magnetic bonding between the atomic layers in manganese bismuth telluride.

Researchers have developed a tunable graphene-based platform that can control the interaction between light and matter in the terahertz spectrum.

Using a superlattice of hafnium oxide and zirconium oxide as a gate oxide, researchers have created transistors that consume much less energy.

Researchers have developed a novel way to produce doped graphene by modifying their flash Joule heating process.

Researchers have developed a piezoelectric polymer that can generate electricity much more efficiently than previous versions.

A flexible display that utilizes stretchy light-emitting polymers is brighter than a cellphone and can be stretched up to twice its original length.

Researchers have shown that wrapping supercapacitor yarns with insulating threads can hep prevent short-circuits.

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