An extra metal fluoride layer facilitates charge separation and boosts performance in perovskite–silicon tandem solar cells.
Built-in heterojunctions enhance the ability of nanoparticle photocatalysts to produce hydrogen fuel from water.
A tight line and a keen eye led KAUST’s Vice President for Research to spot a new species of bream now named in honor of two beloved women.
A detailed view of how electrical charges behave inside perovskites could guide efforts to improve the performance of next-generation solar cells based on these materials, KAUST research has shown.
A novel device architecture makes organic electronics applicable to 5G telecommunications.
Tunable perovskite-based multilayered films provide long-term stability for high-performing solar cells.
A deeper understanding of efficiency-limiting processes provides design rules for organic solar cell materials.
Pulses of intense light could clean organic pollutants from wastewater.
Transistor-based sensors offer hope for rapid diagnosis and treatment for COVID-19 and other infections.
Damage from adding electrical contacts to sensitive semiconductors can be mitigated using a buffer layer and optimized deposition.
Solar power innovator is creating organic materials for cheaper, more efficient photovoltaics
Two-sided technology collects more energy to make solar more efficient and less expensive.
A simple holistic solution plugs the performance-sapping defects that hamper new alternative solar materials.
Conquering a chemical challenge to control the structure of a polymer opens a path to better biosensors.
Calculations predict that atom-thin sheets of carbon chalcogenides will grow wider when stretched in any direction.
Rational molecular design produces air-stable polymer-based semiconductors to better exploit waste heat for electricity.
Combining two light-absorbing materials and optimizing the flow of current improves the performance of solar cells.