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Energy news, December 2018

2D materials assemble one row at a time to skip the energy barrier

A new nanocomposite anode material can produce lithium-ion batteries that are more suitable for use in large devices such as electric vehicles.

A novel fuel cell catalyst comprising cobalt-platinum alloy nanoparticles on a composite substrate uses much less platinum than current catalysts.

A new catalyst made of nanometer-thin sheets of metal carbide can generate hydrogen from water just as efficiently as platinum-based catalysts.

Using laser light to trap atoms in a checkerboard-like pattern, scientists have studied how resistance can develop in unconventional metals.

Researchers have modified two enzymes so that they self-assemble to form a stable catalytic biomaterial that can be used in industrial production.

Nuclear Materials & Energy has been accepted for indexing in Clarivate’s Science Citation Index Expanded.

Conventional computers could be replaced by massively parallel, low energy, more intelligent brain-like processors using artificial synaptic devices

Using oxygen doping, scientists have uncovered previously inaccessible details of the phase diagram of a high-temperature superconductor.

Congratulations to Prof M Stanley Whittingham.

Magnetic frustration, kagome magnet

By adding sodium to a lead-free all-inorganic perovskite, physicists have produced a single material that can produce white light.

2D peptide materials, row by row

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