Modelling reveals how atmospheric dust influences daytime patterns of energy transfer from sunlight.
The fabrication of branched titanium dioxide nanomaterials enhances the connectivity in solar cells for a better performance.
A complex computational model provides a more accurate description of soot formation.
KAUST’s new supercomputer will enable ground-breaking scientific modeling and analysis in Saudi Arabia and worldwide.
Combining quantum dots and organic molecules can enable solar cells to capture more of the sun’s light.