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2013-04-01 THz radiation leads to powerful nanoscale sensors
Researchers at A*STAR IMRE revealed that microstructures made up by pairs of touching semiconductor disks yield enhanced terahertz radiation.
2016-05-03 Novel technique eases production of glass microlasers
OIST researchers came up with a way to fabricate 'whispering gallery microlasers' that could be used in a range of applications such as optical communications, chemical or biosensing.
2014-11-26 Making biological circuits more practical, predictable
MIT researchers developed a way of greatly reducing the unpredictability of biological circuits by allowing such circuits to behave nearly as predictably as their electronic counterparts.
2012-01-30 Team-up unveils Si-photonics biosensor ICs
Imec and Genalyte have developed a disposable silicon photonics biosensor chip that allows for high levels of multiplexed biosensing.
2014-08-14 Sweat to power electronic devices
Biobatteries offer certain advantages over conventional batteries: They recharge more quickly, use renewable energy sources, and are safer because they do not explode or leak toxic chemicals.
2012-06-26 Silver to replace gold as Fano resonance material
Silver nanostructures exhibit a resonance feature that is useful for a multitude of sensing applications.
2013-05-10 Scientists explore new apps for terahertz radiation
Terahertz radiation sits between the frequency bands of microwaves and infrared radiation, and it can easily penetrate many materials, targeting applications in imaging and communication.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands.
2013-02-15 Deconstructed nanosensors offer new design approach
Researchers found that metal nanostructures can act as tiny antennae to control light since they can focus and guide light on the smallest of scales, surmounting design practicality and reliability issues.
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