A new study challenges current paradigms in two-dimensional semiconductor design by introducing wave-like structures to improve the flow of electrons.
Researchers identify an easy-to-recycle plastic alternative for use in electronics, making strides towards a circular economy.
A*STAR researchers have developed a method to generate large monolayer crystals of molybdenum disulfide for use in scaled-down and flexible electronics.
A transducer that converts
electrical signals directly into surface plasmons could allow rapid data
transfer and link photonic devices to electronics
Thin films of a lead-free piezoelectric finally match the
performance of the lead-bearing standard
the thermal properties of a versatile material could lead
to new applications in energy storage, optoelectronic and flexible electronic
A layer of diamond can prevent high-power electronic devices from overheating
A more efficient way to write data into non-volatile memory devices improves their performance
Resistive random-access memory that avoids an initial forming process improves fabrication methods and reliability
Innovative method creates larger sheets of two-dimensional materials
A simple method for creating high-quality two-dimensional materials could enable industrial-scale production