Strong coupling in carbon nanotubes may hold the key to electrically driven organic lasers
New method of creating electrode nanoarchitectures could be an energy game-changer
US$150,000 in prizes awarded
Key issues on the future of wind power are addressed in a high-profile seminar.
An international team of researchers has collaborated to perform a landmark experiment which could revolutionise the future of new technology.
* CAPTION - Professor Peter Bruce, School of Chemistry, University of St Andrews. Credit - Royal Society of Edinburgh *
A University of St Andrews scientist is the bright spark behind some of the world's most efficient new lighting devices.
Dr Mary Archer is to give a public lecture on alternative energy sources at the University of St Andrews next week (Tuesday 14 May 2002).
EMBARGO - 1300 HOURS - WEDNESDAY 9 MAY 2001