Our research in the popular media
Besides publications in scientific journals, our group every now and then gets attention from the regular media. This gives us the opportunity to showcase our efforts to a bigger part of society, and to translate our results to a format that can be appreciated by a broader public (unfortunately some are in Dutch).
Turning heat into power with efficient organic thermo-electric material (with video!)
Science Linx interviewed Jan Anton Koster about his team’s work on thermoelectrics with buckyballs. In a nice video Jan Anton explains the work.
Chameleon materials: the origin of colour variation in low-dimensional perovskites
Science writer Rene Fransen made a nice piece of popular science about our publication in Nature Communications.
Hot electrons: overcoming the Goldilocks problem
An article in the NRC (Dutch newspaper) tells the public about our hot electrons.
Hybrid perovskites promise cheaper solar panels, better X-ray detectors
Science Linx, the University’s outreach agency (mainly targeting high school students), has done a piece on our work in the Perovskite field.
The Order of the Dot
A nice summary of the publication of Daniel Balazs on Colloidal‐Quantum‐Dot Superlattices in “Materials Connect” (MRSBulletin)
The search for a better solar cell
An Article in NRC (in Dutch), about recent developments in Perovskite solar cells, and our work in that field.