The battery works even when twisted or stretched to twice its normal length, or after being tossed in the laundry.
Researchers achieved a power conversion efficiency of 23.7% — the highest reported to date for an inverted architecture perovskite solar cell.
Bringing photovoltaic technology indoors could help energise Internet of Things devices such as smoke alarms, cameras and temperature sensors.
Drying times can be reduced to less than 20 seconds, which corresponds to half down to one-third of the usual production time, without capacity losses.
The RHKW/RHDW series are high-performance DC/DC converters with 3000 VAC reinforced isolation and 4.5 mm clearance/creeping distances for safety-critical applications.
Researchers are working to replace the liquids commonly used in today's lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries with solid materials.
Researchers have modified a nanomaterial to make perovskite solar cells as efficient as silicon-based cells, without their high cost and complex manufacturing.
Researchers have identified a loss pathway in organic solar cells which makes them less efficient than silicon-based cells at converting sunlight into electricity.
A new electrolyte and electrode combination improves several aspects of zinc-ion battery performance, particularly the stability over multiple charge and discharge cycles.
Researchers have created a nanogenerator that enables wooden flooring to generate energy from our footfalls — enough to power LED lightbulbs and small electronics.
Scientists have developed a soft and stretchable battery, measuring 2 x 2 cm and as flat as a small paper bandage, that is powered by human perspiration.