Czech scientists in collaboration with their colleagues from Spain introduced a new type of polymers which have been unavailable by means of traditional methods applied so far. This polymer type could play an important part in the design of new components for nanoelectronics, such as new displays.
Czech scientists have contributed to the development of a new class of single-dimensional organic conductors
A joint work by Czech, Spanish and Swiss scientists published by Nature Nanotechnology this week, introduces a new approach to the development of non-metallic conductors which could be used in solar energy, optical technologies or nanoelectronics.
Czech Researchers Discovered a New Way of Controlling Magnetic and Electronic Properties of Molecules
This may open new doors for developing novel optical sensors, photoluminescent materials, catalysts, and pharmaceuticals.
The new discovery not only allows a thousand times faster data storing, but it may also find applications in AI and artificial neural networks.
Czech physicists contributed to the discovery of the relativistic magnetic resonance in an electronic nanodevice
The discovery is a result of a longstanding fruitful collaboration of scientists from the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and laboratories in Cambridge and Nottingham in the UK.