Hybrid nanostructures can be implemented as efficient and selective photocatalysts in water remediation technologies
Better than shopping re-visited: read the physics of black this Friday
Forget shopping this black Friday, its all about astronomy, cloaking and black holes.
Graphene nanoribbons: opening the gap
The demand for smaller and smaller electronic devices has led to great strides towards the use of novel materials like graphene. One of the obstacles to the use of graphene is its lack of band gap, meaning it is difficult… Read More ›
Image of the week: imogolite nanotubes as photocatalysts
As the cost of producing conventional energy sources continues to grow, the role photocatalysts play in energy conversion technologies becomes more important. Improving the efficiency of photocatalysts has been active area of research for many years, but faces many problems,… Read More ›