Researchers use computer simulations to uncover novel atomic configurations of layered materials used in electronics and energy storage.
In a comprehensive review, researchers explore how manufacturing defects can power up catalysts that transform carbon dioxide into alternative solar fuels.
Researchers take a deep dive into the current state of the art of iridium-based catalysts for green hydrogen production.
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.
A purpose-built machine learning platform takes the guesswork out of catalyst formulations for green energy generation.
A*STAR scientists developed self-sanitizing surfaces capable of eliminating microbes effectively within mere minutes.
Mapping the life cycle of biodegradable polymers can help manufacturers make data-driven decisions on the most sustainable production practices.
Sing-a-long software developed at A*STAR brings sweet melody to any cacophonous cry
Synthetic peptides designed on the basis of naturally occurring antimicrobial peptides keep the germs at bay
Hydrothermal synthesis offers an easier route to lead-free piezoelectric materials