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Researchers Develop Three-Color Photodetector

Infrared color televisions could now be possible because of a breakthrough by engineers at Northwestern...

New Method for Characterizing Semiconductors

Semiconductors are used in lasers, camera imagers, and computer chips that go into just...

Technique Transforms Silver into any Color

A new technique can transform silver into any color of the rainbow. Northwestern University...

Scientists Find Material to Covert Waste Heat to Electricity

A team of scientists from Northwestern University have found a crystal form of the chemical compound tin selenide to be the best material to use to covert waste heat to useful electricity.  Tin selenide poorly conducts heat making it the most effective thermoelectric material to date.

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