Novel synthetic strategy supports development of flexible wearable electronics, including a humidity dosimeter ideal for detecting airborne droplets from coughs or sneezes.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded researchers from the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis a $500,000 grant to integrate high-performance redox flow batteries in power plants to increase efficiency, reduce...
Sophia Hayes, professor of chemistry, is part of a growing movement at Washington University to offer students essential training in science communication.
Power and in-situ resources are two things humans will need as they explore deep space. How future astronauts use these commodities depends on the technology at hand. That’s why NASA is looking to U.S. universities — including Washington University...
Vast majority of active particles in battery holds no share, instead, current is concentrated in ‘hot spots’ dictated by electrochemical phase transformation
Materials scientists in the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have found a potential alternative for lithium in fluorine, a relatively abundant and light element.
Washington University in St. Louis Professor Vijay Ramani and his colleagues have developed a brine electrolysis process to utilize the salty water that could be found on Mars.
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