Nanoscale thin films containing unconventional, glass-like magnetic states can lead to the development of novel charge-spin coupled devices
Streamlining the process to fabricate quantum dot devices could improve their potential as low-cost, flexible solar cells
Producing hydrogen from water is improved by creating an orderly catalyst.
State-of-the-art facilities and world-class research projects give rise to thriving start-up companies based at KAUST
Chaotic optical resonators can trap more light energy than their orderly counterparts