Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)
Using novel dual-layered memristor designs, researchers solve processing speed and reliability issues faced by a promising new class of computing devices.
In a comprehensive review, researchers explore how manufacturing defects can power up catalysts that transform carbon dioxide into alternative solar fuels.
Researchers develop a new class of recyclable polymer-based nanofibres with exceptional strength and durability.
Researchers take a deep dive into the current state of the art of iridium-based catalysts for green hydrogen production.
Researchers discover how to extend the lifespan of lithium metal batteries by coating separators with graphene.
Researchers assemble the first guide for making high-quality MXenes – synthetic materials with a wealth of untapped potential in energy storage and other industrial applications.
Researchers develop a polymer-based bioelectronic transistor that could power tomorrow’s point-of-care diagnostic devices.
A new two-step process for fabricating quantum dots with tuneable properties offers exciting possibilities for medical imaging and beyond.
Researchers create a new recyclable, eco-friendly class of plastics derived from natural sugar molecules to address the plastic waste crisis.
Artificial intelligence could help speed up the discovery and development of materials towards a greener future.
A new polymer gel may offer a drug-free solution to preventing retinal scarring after eye surgery.