CINE Conference discussed advances in technologies for a low carbon economy

About 200 people gathered on October 18 and 19 at the Vitória Concept hotel in Campinas to participate in the third edition of the CINE Conference. The event, organized by the Center for Innovation in New Energies (CINE), presented and discussed scientific advances in technologies that aim to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and, in this way, contain climate change and its negative effects on the […]

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New material improves the performance of sodium-ion batteries and supercapacitors

CINE researchers and collaborators have developed a material capable of improving the performance of batteries and supercapacitors based on sodium ions – a promising alternative to lithium-ion technology, which is currently the most used. In these technologies, lithium or sodium ions are the protagonists, as they are responsible for transporting and storing electrons during the charge (energy storage) and discharge (energy delivery) processes. Given that the ions penetrate the material […]

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CINE Conference will present recent advances in science and technology for the energy transition

The Center for Innovation on New Energies (CINE) will hold the third edition of its scientific conference on October 18th and 19th of this year in Campinas (SP) at the Hotel Vitória Concept. Registration for attendees is open to the public until September 30th and is free. The event will discuss the development of new technologies for the energy transition. Participants will be able to learn about the latest results […]

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Fuel cell with new catalyst converts carbon dioxide into compounds for industrial use

A work carried out by CINE researchers and collaborators presents an alternative way to produce fuels and other chemical compounds using carbon dioxide (CO2) as a raw material, in addition to hydrogen and water. The authors of the research used a fuel cell as a reactor and a nanomaterial with copper as a catalyst to promote the reduction reaction (gain of electrons) of the CO2 molecule. The products of the […]

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New molecule improves the stability of perovskite solar cells

A study carried out by members of CINE and collaborators presents a possible solution to the rapid degradation of hybrid perovskites – a problem that affects the performance of solar cells based on these materials. The authors of the research developed and synthesized a new molecule and with it they treated the surface of films composed of a perovskite widely used in the development of solar cells. The researchers then […]

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Additive studied at CINE improves electrolyte properties for lithium-metal batteries

A recent CINE study showed that the addition of an ionic liquid crystal to a solvent widely used as electrolyte in lithium-metal batteries makes the compound more chemically stable and improves its ionic conductivity. With these properties, the electrolyte additive shows promise to produce more durable, safer and better performing batteries. Developing more stable electrolytes, in fact, is one of the great challenges of battery research, especially concerning the promising […]

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CINE’s collaboration with RCGI advances the knowledge on electrochemical conversion of CO2

A work led by researchers from CINE and RCGI advances the knowledge about the techniques that are capable of elucidating the carbon dioxide reduction reaction (CO2 RR) – a process that transforms this greenhouse gas into compounds of industrial utility and high added value. The study contributes to developing solutions that reduce carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere and, at the same time, take advantage of carbon dioxide as a […]

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Study on wrinkled perovskite films advances the understanding of solar cell stability

Perovskite solar cells can already compete with those made of silicon in terms of efficiency and cost. In addition, their lightness and flexibility make them attractive to some markets that the conventional technology cannot meet. However, these emerging devices cannot maintain their performance over time. This happens because perovskite films, that absorb sunlight and transform it into electricity, are note stable materials. They degrade when exposed to moisture, oxygen and […]

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