KAUST Discovery

Research Highlights

Lights up for chaotic storage

Chaotic optical resonators can trap more light energy than their orderly counterparts

Branching out into solar cells

The fabrication of branched titanium dioxide nanomaterials enhances the connectivity in solar cells for a better performance.

Polymer composites: Taking stock of bonds

Theoretical studies analyze the nature of the bonding relationship between conjugated polymers and carbon-based materials

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Perspectives

QD Solar brings quantum cell technology into the light

Funding from KAUST is helping to bring innovative solar power technology to fruition with startup company QD Solar.

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Using nature’s tricks to harvest atmospheric water

An inkjet-printed surface can turn fog into drinking water using bio-inspired micropatterning and adhesion technology.

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