In a quest for fast-charging lithium-ion batteries, researchers are uncovering how those ions interact with battery anodes and cathodes.
A rare gold sample that has never been destructively examined gives up its secrets to high-tech neutron imaging.
Materials take on new challenges in the medical industry as companies exhibiting at this year’s MD&M educate us on what is needed.
Once researchers get a better understanding of these new materials, better and less-expensive solar cells should be on the way.
Scientists have devised a new way to make renewable fuels.
Coating aluminum with graphene oxide could give weapons higher speeds and longer ranges.
A byproduct of biorefining forms the basis of a new 3D printing material that could also improve the economics of biorefining.
Infrared could be a stronger wave for wireless charging to ride to popularity.
Using household materials, Purdue found that surface treatment can save significant energy when cutting gummy metals.
Can batteries supply electric vehicles with range and safety?