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  • Flexing the power of a conductive polymer

    For decades, field-effect transistors enabled by silicon-based semiconductors have powered the electronics revolution. But in recent years, manufacturers have come up against hard physical limits to further size reductions and efficiency gains of silicon chips. That has scientists and engineers look more

  • Sustainable Chemistry Based on Wood

    Some hikers carry a small solar power plant with them: a foil is attached to their backpack that converts sunlight into electricity. This allows them to charge their mobile phone while on the move. Flexible, thin and lightweight solar panels can also be attached to outdoor clothing or glued to curve more

  • Novel polymer can boost performance of organic and perovskite solar cells

    Skoltech researchers and their colleagues have synthesized a new conjugated polymer for organic electronics using two different chemical reactions and shown the impact of the two methods on its performance in organic and perovskite solar cells. The paper was published in the journal Macromolecular C more

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  • Excimers in organic electronics

    Excimers are aggregates of two atoms or molecules that can only form and exist in the excited state. They were discovered more than half a century ago. Since then they have been used with great success in industrial scale lasing applications and as molecular rulers in biotechnology. Conversely, exci more

  • I've got a feeling

    Biomaterials Sensory (or afferent) nerves bring sensations of touch, pain, or temperature variation to the central nervous system and brain. Using the tools and materials of organic electronics, Kim et al. combined a pressure sensor, a ring oscillator, and an ion gel–gated transistor to form an more

  • A bioinspired flexible organic artificial afferent nerve

    The distributed network of receptors, neurons, and synapses in the somatosensory system efficiently processes complex tactile information. We used flexible organic electronics to mimic the functions of a sensory nerve. Our artificial afferent nerve collects pressure information (1 to 80 kilopascals more

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