New self-cleaning surfaces created by A*STAR researchers take inspiration from cicada wings to attract and destroy microbes without harsh chemicals.
Researchers developed a new technique for manufacturing powerful and versatile synthetic catalysts.
A new method to create artificial synapses developed by A*STAR researchers could make neural networks more efficient and less energy-intensive.
A*STAR scientists developed self-sanitizing surfaces capable of eliminating microbes effectively within mere minutes.
Materials scientists develop next-generation polymers with stability and electrical conductivity.
A new method of spraying metallic powders on the surface of worn-out aircraft components at relatively low temperatures holds promise for the aerospace industry.
A*STAR scientists are developing the next generation of self-sanitizing surfaces by mimicking nanostructures on cicada wings.
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.