Research Archive

Biopolymer-coated Nanocatalyst Can Help Realize a Hydrogen Fuel-driven Future

Fueling the Future: Novel Two-polymer Membrane Boosts Hydrogen Fuel Cell Performance

Fueling the Future: Novel Two-polymer Membrane Boosts Hydrogen Fuel Cell Performance

Fueling the Future: Novel Two-polymer Membrane Boosts Hydrogen Fuel Cell Performance

Artificial Emotional Intelligence: A Safer, Smarter Future with 5G and Emotion Recognition

Researchers introduce a 5G-enabled, AI-based emotion detection system and discuss its operation, app

On the Road to Invisible Solar Panels: How Tomorrow’s Windows Will Generate Electricity

A new study led by scientists from Incheon National University in Korea shows how to make a fully tr

Marine Pollution: How Do Plastic Additives Dilute in Water and How Risky Are They?

Scientists provide improved method to estimate public exposure to hazardous micropollutants from pla

Hunting Out Hidden Hydrogen: Novel Holey Nanosheets For Detecting Hydrogen Gas Leaks

Scientists develop hydrogen sensors with holey zinc oxide “nanosheets” to prevent accidents from hyd

With a Pinch of Salt: How Reliable Are Existing Studies on Microplastics in Table Salt?

Scientists explain the large variability in reported data on microplastics concentration in edible s

Mixed and Matched: Integrating metal–organic frameworks into polymers for CO2 separation

New strategy boosts the performance of membranes for filtering CO2 from industrial emissions

A Polarization-Driven Guide to Making High-performance, Versatile Solar Cells

Scientists discover “spontaneously polarizing” materials that can help realize high-performance, lig

How Long’s Too Long? Effects of Crosslinker Length on Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells

Scientists reveal how crosslinker length affects performance in polymer electrolyte membranes for an

No Strings Attached: Maximizing Wireless Charging Efficiency with Multiple Transmitters

New control strategy dynamically changes transmitter currents for optimal wireless charging in movin