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[Optic] – Schott and EV Group team up on mixed-reality wafers 18 September 2019

Glass giant partners with lithography equipment firm to mass produce high-refractive-index material.

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[OLED] – Printed Electronics: Print Your Own Speakers 18 September 2019

Researchers from Chemnitz University of Technology have printed flexible and lightweight polymer speakers.

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[Optic] – Graphene key to terahertz space telescopes 18 September 2019

Breakthrough at Chalmers University of Technology to “revolutionize sensors used in next-gen space telescopes.”

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[Nanotechnology] – High-entropy nanoparticles hold promise for catalytic applications 18 September 2019

Alloying is a magic trick used to produce new materials by synergistically mixing at least two metallic elements to form a solid solution.

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[Nano-medecine] – Scientist explores using nanoparticles to reduce size of deep-seated tumors 18 September 2019

Another collaborative project from a nanoparticles expert at The University of Texas at Arlington has yielded promising results in the search for more effective, targeted cancer treatments.

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[Thin-Films] – Semiconductor combination yields more power from solar cells 9 September 2019

Capitano research project at Karlsruhe investigates benefits of mixing perovskite with CIGS to boost photovoltaic efficiency.

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[Nanotechnology] – The world’s most advanced nanotube computer may keep Moore’s Law alive 5 September 2019

MIT researchers have found new ways to cure headaches in manufacturing carbon nanotube processors, which are faster and less power hungry than silicon chips.

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[Nano-Medecine] – Nanoparticles’ movements reveal whether they can successfully target cancer 31 August 2019

Researchers have developed a new way to determine whether or not single drug-delivery nanoparticles will successfully hit their intended targets — by simply analyzing each nanoparticle’s distinct movements in real time.

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[Organic Electronic] – Triazine-Acceptor-Based Green Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Materials for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes 27 August 2019

High-efficiency thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) is leading the third-generation technology of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). TADF emitters are designed and synthesized using inexpensive organic donor and acceptor derivatives. TADF emitters are a potential candidate for next-generation display technology when compared with metal-complex-based phosphorescent dopants.

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