Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)
A composite from two molybdenum-based catalysts could boost the efficiency and lower the cost of ammonia production.
A semi-batch approach to making acrylics could bring us one step closer to more planet-friendly plastics.
Natural imperfections trigger a Kondo effect in 2D materials that bring their thermoelectric performance to new heights.
To unlock the potential of quantum computers, researchers must find semiconductor materials and metal contacts that work well at sub-zero temperatures.
Instead of software, hardware that can generate true random numbers could be the key to ensuring cybersecurity.
Adding more crystals to a quantum optical infrared sensor improves its sensitivity and opens the door to broader use.
A high-throughput screening method could significantly shorten the discovery cycle for new thermoelectric materials.
Computing devices are finally reaching their limits. But recently discovered particles called magnetic skyrmions could redefine these limits, according to Anjan Soumyanarayanan.
Lead-free piezoceramics sacrifice performance for lower toxicity, but A*STAR researchers have developed a method to overcome that.
Faster temperature scanners may be on the way thanks to A*STAR researchers who have developed an infrared photodetector that works at room temperature.
This ‘smart mask’ designed by A*STAR researchers may reduce the risk of infection in healthcare workers by enabling remote, real-time monitoring of patients’ symptoms.