Mixing tin into germanium telluride creates a high-performance thermoelectric material that could make energy harvesting or cooling devices more effective.
A thin film made of graphene and a charge-inducing polymer shows promise as a replacement for transparent electrical conductors in displays
New insights into the stable magnetism of phase-change semiconductors could enable the development of ultra-high-speed data storage
The introduction of a ferroelectric layer into an ultraviolet photodetector enhances its output signals
Nonvolatile memory based on ferroelectric–graphene field-effect transistors is now a step closer to reality
Thin-film ferroelectrics offer a fundamentally different route to photovoltaic devices