U of T Engineering researchers increase the stability of this emerging solar technology under high temperatures, helping to overcome a key barrier to commercial application
Electrocatalyst achieves record-breaking selectivity toward the desired product, a key step toward industrial production
Researchers from U of T Engineering create triple-junction perovskite solar cell with record-breaking efficiency
Prototype device advances an emerging photovoltaic technology that provides an alternative to conventional silicon cells
An international team of researchers has developed a new coating that extends the lifetime of perovskite solar cells by more than 1,000 hours
U of T Engineering-Fujitsu collaboration uses quantum-inspired computing to discover improved catalyst for clean hydrogen production
Researchers from U of T Engineering and Fujitsu have developed a new way of searching through ‘chemical space’ for materials with desirable properties.
U of T Engineering team designed an electrochemical process to efficiently convert captured carbon into a form that can be easily stored or recycled