Molybdenum Disulfide & Tungsten Disulfide: Now Available!
Posted on 21 Feb 11:35
Two new transition metal dichalcogenides, molybdenum disulfide and tungsten disulfide, have now been added to our 2D materials collection of powders and suspensions. At Ossila, both of these materials are available in powder forms for depositing monolayer and multilayers as well as pre-made suspensions to enable quick and easy deposition!
Happy 1-Year Work Anniversary to Our Customer Service Administrator!
Posted on 15 Feb 09:21
If you’re one of our customers, you may have already communicated in some way with our lovely Customer Service Administrator, Rosie. Recently, Rosie celebrated her 1-year work anniversary at Ossila! In conjunction with her career milestone, we decided to sit down and have a quick chat with her.
PDPP3T, PBDB-T and ITIC Added to OPV Materials Collection
Posted on 17 Jan 09:34
We constantly update our OPV materials catalogue so we can be at the frontier of organic photovoltaic research, bringing you new materials for your research interests.
With PCE over 12%, ITIC (a small molecule semiconductor) together with PBDB-T (PCE12) have topped the record of the OPV devices. Both these materials, along with PDPP3T, are now available from Ossila. See below for a summary of the materials.
Now Accepting Payments in Euros & US Dollars (in Addition to GBP!)
Posted on 11 Jan 17:00
Ossila have always been able to provide you with quotes in Euros and US Dollars in addition to the British Pound, but we have now opened up accounts in Euros and US Dollars to make purchasing easier for you. herefore you can now make payments in all of these currencies as well, so no conversions necessary!
New Materials Have Been Added to Our Two-Dimensional Material Collection!
Posted on 22 Dec 15:36
Reduced graphene oxide (rGO), a form of graphene oxide with oxygen-containing groups removed, has recently been added to our collection. This is available in chemically and thermally-reduced varieties, both of which offer improved electrical properties over graphene oxide.
In addition to this, pre-made solutions of graphene oxide and nitrogen-doped graphene oxide will be available early 2017.
Christmas 2016: Ossila Opening Times and Shipping Information
Posted on 21 Dec 16:01
We at Ossila would like to wish all our readers and customers Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for all your continued support over the years -- we would not have made it this far without such wonderful customers. Please note the following changes to our opening hours and shipping times over the next couple of weeks:
Changes to Opening Hours Over the Festive Period: We are closed from the 24th to 27th of December and the 2nd of January. We are open as normal on all other days, Monday to Friday between 9am - 5pm
(Timezone: GMT, UK)
UK & International Shipping Time Remains as normal -- apart from on the 23rd and the 30th of December, where the cut-off time for orders qualifying for same-day shipping will be 2pm (Timezone: GMT, UK)
Ossila Attend Inaugural Excilight Annual Meeting at the 16th Baltic Polymer Symposium
Posted on 30 Sep 15:54
The 16th Baltic Polymer Symposium (BPS 2016) was held from the 21st - 24th of September in Klaipėda, Lithuania, which is situated alongside the Baltic Sea. Two members of Team Ossila, Marco Colella and Dr. Nick Scarratt, were lucky enough to attend.
The symposium covered all aspects of modern polymer science, including synthesis, processing, composites, nanotechnologies and much more.
Our very own Marco Colella also attended the first ever annual Excilight day that took place as part of the symposium in Klaipėda between the 20th and 21st of September.
Marco reported: "We had such a great time. Every PhD student of the consortium (15 in total) presented their work in progress. The project has already achieved some of the set goals and the science so far looks very promising."
Marco is picture below in the group photo taken at the meeting.
Ossila at The International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (HOPV16)
Posted on 12 Sep 09:02
Earlier this summer Dr. Maxwell Reinhardt attended this year’s International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (HOPV16) in Swansea, Wales.
HOPV is the conference for the latest progress and advances in the fields of organic, dye-sensitised and perovskite solar cells. This year the conference was held over three days at Swansea University’s new Bay Campus.