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2012-12-03 Nanocrystals yield flexible, low-voltage ICs
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania showed that cadmium selenide nanocrystals can be "printed" or "coated" on flexible plastics to form high-performance electronics.
2013-02-18 Toronto University, KIT build nanoscale silicon-based LEDs
A research team from the Toronto University and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have created nanoscale silicon based LEDs, offering a significant potential as highly efficient light emitters.
2005-03-16 Semiconductor aerogels advance sensors
A university research team creates a variety of semiconducting aerogels to replace the common oxides used in ICs.
2013-06-06 Research: Precise tuning of quantum dot emissions
MIT researchers found a way to make quantum dots even more efficient at delivering precisely tuned colours of light that could be used to improve colour displays and biomedical monitoring systems.
2010-08-26 Quantum dots power nano sensors
McGill University researchers are harnessing the piezoelectric effect in quantum dots, aiming for nanoscale sensors and power supplies that translate vibration into a usable signal.
2014-04-16 Quantum dots make colourful luminescent solar concentrators
A luminescent solar concentrator serves as a light-harvesting antenna which concentrates solar radiation collected from a large area onto a much smaller solar cell, enabling its potential as solar panels that can double as house windows.
2014-11-06 Quantum dot LED 3D printed using five various materials
Exhibiting pure and tunable colour emission properties, the QD-LED demonstrates that diverse classes of materials can be 3D printed and fully integrated into device components with active properties.
2008-12-18 PV materials market to hit $2.4B by '11
NanoMarkets has released an updated analysis of the thin-film photovoltaics (TFPV) and organic photovoltaics (OPV) materials markets. The new analysis and forecast projects revenues of $2.4 billion in 2011 that will grow to just under $7.5 billion in 2015.
2012-10-29 Nanorods pave the way for better LED displays
Collaborative work between researchers from the University of Florida and CHESS has resulted in a novel way to make colloidal "superparticles" from oriented nanorods of semiconducting materials.
2007-11-21 White LEDs outshine light bulbs
An international team of researchers demonstrated the first white LEDs to achieve a high CRI that could pave way to the adoption of white LEDs to replace incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes.
2009-02-23 The lowdown on the fab tool market
2009 is off to a rough start for fab tool and materials vendors. But some technologiesand companiesare doing better than others.
2008-11-13 Solar markets: Highlighting PV technology
It has been shown that solar energy harvesting will soon go mainstream, but it's not clear which of the many diverse technologies vying for dominance in this emerging market will take precedence.
2014-03-03 Semiconductor design maximises solar light absorption
The superabsorbing structure developed by North Carolina State University matches the amount of solar light trapped inside the material and the amount of solar light that it could absorb.
2010-02-16 PV Forecast: Rising demand, lower costs enable higher margins
After a highly cyclical 2009, most segments of the solar industry are looking at a bright 1H 2010 with profit margins heading towards 20 per cent. After that, incentive policies will determine the timing of the PV next cycle.
2006-07-01 Here comes the sun
Sticker shock at the gas pumps combined with concerns over the diminishing supply of non-renewable energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas have added new urgency to the search for alternatives.
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