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Optical "Tweezers" Turn Two Atoms into Molecule


27 May 2018 – Ultracold individual sodium and cesium atoms combined into NaCs molecule without the help of a surface

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CWTS Leiden Ranking 2018


17 May 2018 – Assessing the scientific performance of over 900 universities based on bibliometric indicators

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Electrocaloric Cooling Applications

Author: Liam Critchley

15 May 2018 – Energy recovery improves efficiency of prototype electrocaloric refrigerator

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High-Efficiency Chiral Meta-Lens

Author: Liam Critchley

14 May 2018 – Lens created from metamaterials can focus light on two different points simultaneously

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Saving Energy in Gas Purification


06 May 2018 – A potentially cheap, efficient, and eco-friendly integrated gas hydrate-membrane process separates methane from impurities

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Coupling a Fuel Cell to Supercapacitors


01 May 2018 – Direct hybridization for higher durability and better energy management

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Efficient Oxygen Electrocatalysis

Author: Charlotte Koschnick

22 April 2018 – Oxidized laser-induced graphene for oxygen evolution and reduction

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Low-Cost Electrode for Rechargeable Zinc-Ion Batteries


14 April 2018 – Vanadium oxide with nanosheet structure could be useful for large-scale energy storage

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Efficient Solar-Driven Water Splitting

Author: Charlotte Koschnick

11 April 2018 – Bismuth vanadate dual photoanodes for photoelectrochemical water splitting

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Graphene Turn On and Off Superconductor

Author: Marek Czykanski

10 March 2018 – Tiny rotation of two graphene lattices changes the electrical properties of the material

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