Eight Stanford professors were elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) on Feb. 6, in recognition of their academic and professional accomplishments. Stanford’s… Continue Reading »
For the first time, Stanford engineers have engineered graphene to produce an electrical charge when bent, squeezed or twisted. The advance — the first example of piezoelectricity in a nanoscale material — has the potential to be applied across a range of industries and offer developers a dramatically expanded degree of control in nanotechnology.
A team of Stanford engineers has pioneered the use of tiny spheres of nanocrystalline-silicon to increase light absorption in solar panels.
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