Substituting atoms in the process of making two-dimensional alloys not only allows them to be customized for applications but also can make them magnetic.
Rice University civil and environmental engineers to analyze storm’s long-term impact
Rice scientists lead efforts to make 3-D material.
Like a sandwich with wheat on the bottom and rye on the top, Rice University scientists have cooked up a tasty new twist on two-dimensional materials.
The process allows color images to be printed on specially coated paper and then erased so that different images can be printed on the same paper.
Scientists predicted and created new two-dimensional electrocatalysts to extract hydrogen from water with high performance and low cost. In the process, they also created a simplified model for testing next-generation catalysts.
Rice University scientists map ways forward for lithium-ion batteries for extreme environments.
Nanoengineers create liquid-solid composites using clues from nature.