Nanogenerators incorporated into cell phones and other electronics could offer a breakthrough in portable power, says Assistant Professor Xudong Wang. Read more.
A made-in-Wisconsin device's capacity for measuring history and matter represents years of research by former professor Thomas Kelly. Read more.
A team of materials science researchers is using advanced research tools to extend the value of that “waste” wood. Read more.
Associate Professor Padma Gopalan investigates nanostructured materials, which have wide-ranging applications in drug-delivery systems, nanoelectronics, electro-optics, and photonic band-gap materials.