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New, more efficient catalyst for water splitting

Discovery could remove hurdle to producing hydrogen from water

18-May-2017

University of Houston physicists have discovered a catalyst that can split water into hydrogen and oxygen, composed of easily available, low-cost materials and operating far more efficiently than previous catalysts. That would solve one of the primary hurdles remaining in using water to produce ...

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New thermoelectric material with high power factors

17-Nov-2016

With energy conservation expected to play a growing role in managing global demand, materials and methods that make better use of existing sources of energy have become increasingly important. Researchers reported this week that they have demonstrated a step forward in converting waste heat - ...

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New superconducting coil improves MRI performance

Research offers higher resolution, shorter scan time

21-Jul-2016

A multidisciplinary research team led by University of Houston scientist Jarek Wosik has developed a high-temperature superconducting coil that allows magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners to produce higher resolution images or acquire images in a shorter time than when using conventional ...

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Researcher pursues new applications for 'hot' electrons

05-Jul-2016

Three years after his discovery of porous gold nanoparticles -- gold nanoparticles that offer a larger surface area because of their porous nature -- a University of Houston researcher is continuing to explore the science and potential applications. Wei-Chuan Shih, associate professor of ...

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Physicists discover flaws in superconductor theory

12-Apr-2016

University of Houston physicists report finding major theoretical flaws in the generally accepted understanding of how a superconductor traps and holds a magnetic field. More than 50 years ago, C.P. Bean, a scientist at General Electric, developed a theoretical explanation known as the "Bean ...

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Continuing the search for better energy materials

21-Jan-2016

Throughout almost two decades of work with energy-related materials, Zhifeng Ren has received a number of grants from the Department of Energy (DOE). His latest DOE grant of $561,275 continues funding he has received for almost 20 years for work in basic energy science. Ren, M.D. Anderson Chair ...

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Researchers create fatigue-free, stretchable conductor

23-Sep-2015

Researchers have discovered a new stretchable, transparent conductor that can be folded or stretched and released, resulting in a large curvature or a significant strain, at least 10,000 times without showing signs of fatigue. This is a crucial step in creating a new generation of foldable ...

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Winners of Bernd T. Matthias Prize announced

Texas Center for Superconductivity sponsors awards for advances in the field

15-Jun-2015

Three scientists have been named as recipients of the 2015 Bernd T. Matthias Prize for Superconducting Materials, an international prize awarded for innovative contributions to the field.The winners are Xianhui Chen of the University of Science and Technology of China, Zachary Fisk of the ...

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UH chemists develop porous molecules that bind greenhouse gases

17-Nov-2014

A team of University of Houston (UH) chemistry researchers have developed a molecule that assembles spontaneously into a lightweight structure with microscopic pores capable of binding large quantities of several potent greenhouse gases. "Greenhouse gases, such a carbon dioxide, have received ...

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University of Houston chemist recognized for solvothermal research

31-Oct-2014

Shiv Halasyamani, professor of chemistry at the University of Houston, is the 2014 recipient of the Roy-Somiya Award from the International Solvothermal and Hydrothermal Association (ISHA). The international award, given every two years, honors the work of a scientist under the age of 45. In ...

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