Mixing tin into germanium telluride creates a high-performance thermoelectric material that could make energy harvesting or cooling devices more effective.
Instead of software, hardware that can generate true random numbers could be the key to ensuring cybersecurity.
A high-throughput screening method could significantly shorten the discovery cycle for new thermoelectric materials.
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 discovered that thin-walled metallic parts built via additive manufacturing are weaker than expected, initiating a search for solutions
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.
By manipulating light to reveal unusual properties of quantum materials, Justin Song is ushering in a new age of quantum devices.
A*STAR researchers have developed a modified version of atomic force microscopy to characterize liquid-repellent surfaces for various applications.
By mixing a substance normally found in wood with a biodegradable plastic, A*STAR scientists have developed a nanofiber that promotes cartilage repair.
A*STAR scientists have developed strategies to manipulate surface tension in fluids and modify the surface properties of materials. Their findings could increase the yield of crude oil from oil wells and lead to super water- or oil-repellent surfaces.