Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)
New computer models show how semiconductor flakes with fancy shapes grow from simple starting points and rules.
A new class of organic conductors shows high thermoelectric efficiency, thanks to an unusual arrangement of electrons inside its bonds.
A*STAR researchers have developed a biodegradable polymeric drug carrier that can target cancerous tissue in the lungs and liver.
From transparent masks to antimicrobial coatings, newer face masks in development will include advanced design features and materials.
Regular disinfection can help to limit the spread of viral infections such as COVID-19, but only if carried out appropriately, write Xian Jun Loh and colleagues.
A*STAR researchers have discovered a way to generate strong piezoelectricity with simpler and greener materials.
A new technique for harnessing surface plasmon resonance may allow brilliant colors to be captured more easily and cheaply.
A nanoparticle chain that resonates with light is opening up new possibilities in nanophotonics and optoelectronics.
A compact LED device with complete light control may someday replace lasers in various applications.
Researchers have found quantum dots lurking inside nanoribbon transistors, suggesting that nanoribbons could one day be used for quantum computing.
Polymers with a special property called proquinoidal character can be used to make organic conductors a thousand to a billion times more conductive.