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[Euronanolab] – Participation de Codex International 13 mai 2024

Codex International a le plaisir d’annoncer le franc succès de sa participation au salon Euronanolabe, qui s’est tenu du 9 au 12 avril à l’université de Twente…

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[Perovskites] – Perfecting perovskites – new gas-quench method yields more stable solar cells 24 janvier 2024

The new method of making mixed halide-perovskites results in solar cells with improved stability and performance. The new method results in better control over perovskite crystallization rates.

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[Nanotechnology] – The ongoing development of DNA nanotechnology 24 janvier 2024 Lire la suite
[Thin-Films] – A bio-inspired vision sensor based on InP quantum dots/oxide thin-film phototransistors 20 novembre 2023

A research team led by Prof. CAO Hongtao at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in cooperation with Prof…

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[Nanomaerials] – Carbon nanotube films open up new prospects for electronics 20 novembre 2023

Physicists from MIPT and Skoltech have found a way to modify and purposely tune the electronic properties of carbon nanotubes to meet the requirements of novel electronic devices…

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[Innovation] – Codex International is a key partner of Nan ED crystallography project 20 novembre 2023

The Nan ED Project – Electron Nanocrystallography, is an Innovative Training Network, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, project funded by EU (grant agreement n. 956099) aimed to train a new generation of…

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[Wafers] – Engineers grow ‘perfect’ atom-thin materials on industrial silicon wafers 14 novembre 2023

True to Moore’s Law, the number of transistors on a microchip has doubled every year since the 1960s. But this trajectory is predicted to soon plateau because silicon — the backbone of modern transistors — loses its electrical properties once devices made from this material dip below a certain size.

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[Plasma] – Temperature of solar flares helps understand nature of solar plasma 14 novembre 2023

The Sun’s rotation produces changes in its magnetic field, which flips completely every 11 years or so, triggering a phase of intense activity.

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[perovskites] – Scientists fabricate high-performance large-area perovskite submodules for solar cells 14 novembre 2023

Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are promising solar technologies. Although low-cost wet processing has shown advantages in small-area PSC fabrication, the preparation of uniform charge transport layers with thickness of several nanometers from solution for meter-sized large area products is still challenging.

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