Tuesday, July 5, 2022

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New efficient catalysts for efficient water splitting

An efficient and stable HER electrocatalyst at universal pH.

The highest-level storage technology that has been developed so far

A new physical phenomenon that could increase chip storage capacity up to 1,000 times.

World’s first high-efficiency thermoelectric material discovered

Intrinsically self-healable, stretchable thermoelectric materials.

A new rechargeable battery that can be charged wirelessly using light from indoor sources

Indoor-light-energy-harvesting Dye-sensitized photo-Rechargeable battery.

An electrode to improve the stability of the Perovskite Solar Cell

UNIST scientists have come up with a new electrode that could potentially improve the stability of the Perovskite Solar Cell. Scientists have developed a...

This new AI system lets users create user-friendly mobile apps

Scientist at UNIST has developed deep learning-based artificial intelligence (AI) system that allows users to create applications and software for smartphones and personal computers....

Study examined the relationship between the ambient temperature and quality of sleep

Ambient temperatures—the temperature of the environment that surrounds you—can have a significant effect on how much and how well you sleep. A new study by...

New highly-flexible and durable polyimide-integrated graphene electrodes

UNIST scientists have demonstrated a graphene-based electrode through direct integration of thermally stable polyimide (PI) on graphene, where PI serves a bifunctional role as...

Decomposing water into oxygen and hydrogen using waste-yeast biomass

Scientists at UNIST have developed a new low-cost catalyst synthesis method that can efficiently decompose water into oxygen and hydrogen using waste-yeast biomass. This...

Producing hydrogen with enhanced Faradaic Efficiency

Developing efficient and stable electrocatalysts is crucial for the electrochemical production of pure and clean hydrogen. For practical applications, an economical and facile method...

A tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) ideal for wearable devices

UNIST scientists have developed a tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) that can be directly integrated with an electronic chip. As small as the width of a...

Breakthrough made towards building the world’s most powerful particle accelerator

Muons are usually occurring particles that are created in the Earth's upper atmosphere by cosmic rays collisions. In this way are viewed as a...

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