Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)
A polymer-based drug delivery innovation can replace invasive eye treatments for retinal diseases.
A ground-breaking sensor technology may provide a flexible, environmentally friendly means of monitoring the health and safety of underwater structures.
The structural order of multi-metal alloy catalysts influences their capacity to boost the efficiency of chemical reactions in renewable energy systems.
Researchers pioneer new pathways towards miniaturised electronics with a scalable, high-efficiency liquid-printing technology for semiconductor manufacturing.
An in-depth review of catalysts used in clean energy generation reveals valuable insights on the dynamics between particle size, structure and their reaction efficiencies.
A new study challenges current paradigms in two-dimensional semiconductor design by introducing wave-like structures to improve the flow of electrons.
With their unique optical properties, customisable ultrathin metasurfaces can enable the next wave of high-performance optoelectronics devices.
Wastewater surveillance in epidemiological studies can help researchers better understand and control COVID-19 outbreaks.
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.