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2013-12-05 Stanford team says stanene may be better than graphene
The new material, according to the researchers, conduct electricity on next-generation microchips with "100 percent efficiency" at room temperature and above.
2012-12-12 Self-assembled monolayers create p-n junctions in graphene
Researchers at Georgia Tech created graphene p-n junctions in substrates without damaging the material's lattice structure or significantly reducing electron/hole mobility.
2014-04-09 Samsung grows graphene on Si wafer
SAIT researchers found a way to grow uniform single-crystal monolayer graphene on a silicon wafer. Previous efforts focused on multi-crystal synthesis, which degraded the advantageous properties of the material.
2014-01-06 Exfoliation method targets printable photonics, electronics
NUS chemists developed a method to chemically exfoliate molybdenum disulfide crystals into high quality monolayer flakes, offering higher yield and larger flake size than other methods.
2014-06-06 2D FET exhibits high electron mobility
The FET is built from all 2D material components, suffering no performance drop-off under high voltages and providing high electron mobility even when scaled to a monolayer in thickness.
2013-05-29 Thinnest semiconductor grown from MoS2 crystals
Columbia University researchers studied how MoS2 crystals stitch together, helping them understand the optical and electronic properties of the material.
2016-05-12 Tech breakthrough boosts 2D semiconductor photoluminescence by 20,000-fold
National University of Singapore researchers said the discovery could pave the way for the application of 2D semiconductors such as tungsten diselenide in advanced optoelectronic and photonic devices.
2007-04-02 Researchers pitch nanowires as litho replacement
HP Lab and a trio of academic labs have scored advances that will make it easier to use nanowires as a replacement for lithography in semiconductor manufacturing, potentially taking chipmaking to the angstrom scale.
2014-03-24 Research: Novel coating boosts LED brightness, resilience
A team of researchers from North Carolina State University developed a processing technique that makes light emitting diodes (LEDs) brighter and more resilient.
2014-02-19 Quantum cascade THz laser tops power record at 1W
University of Leeds researchers have built a compact quantum cascade terahertz laser, using a semiconductor material of between 1,000 and 2,000 layers.
2002-10-17 Polymers self-assemble to form 2.5nm diode
A diode measuring 2.5nm was recently demonstrated by a University of Chicago professor Luping Yu, who called it the world's smallest semiconductor device.
2008-06-04 Nanotube fab looks forward to multiple chip apps
The first foundry offering carbon nanotube thin films to fabless chipmakers will soon be available, whose thin films will be on variety of substrates like displays, touchscreens, solar cells, sensors and MEMS devices.
2011-09-20 Nanoscale Au layers to allow
A process for creating gold nanoparticle layer that self-assembles to superlattices is being looked into for scaling down ICs to less than 10nm.
2013-01-30 Imaging graphene via scanning electron microscopy
Scanning electron microscopy is getting more popular for imaging graphene because it is a rapid, non-invasive and effective imaging technique complimentary to most other techniques.
2012-12-28 Graphene oxide and its apps revealed by AFM
Here's a discussion on interfacial chemistry as both an intrinsic nature of graphene oxide materials and a key driving force for directing their applications.
2012-05-24 Graphene barristor reveals switching capabilities
Samsung researchers reveal a graphene device that they say can switch off the current in graphene without degrading its mobility.
2007-01-19 Gold ends platinum dissolution in fuel cells
Brookhaven National Laboratory said it has found a way to keep the platinum used as a catalyst in fuel cells from dissolving and degrading performance.
2012-11-22 German team develops photonic crystal production method
The SPRIE (Sequential Passivation and Reactive Ion Etching) method is applied to structure the silicon on large areas in a simple and three-dimensional manner.
2013-07-11 Flexible sensor key to 'electronic skin'
Scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology discovered how to make a kind of flexible sensor that could be integrated into e-skin to allow a person to feel changes in their environments.
2007-10-31 Electronic nose sniffs sweet, sour, spicy aromas
An MIT engineer has invented an electronic nose that features an array of sensor channels that categorize aromas generally, such as sweet, sour and spicy.
2005-03-16 Crossbar logic shrinks to nanoscale
HP designs a crossbar switch that packs the power of a traditional microprocessor logic unit into just a few square microns.
2011-01-11 Cornell innovates on graphene metrology
Cornell University researchers have devised an imaging technique that simplifies the metrology of graphene sheets by coloring them to identify their properties.
2011-06-29 Coating tech improves ALD
Cambridge NanoTech has developed Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) coatings that can be used in applications such as biocompatibility, electromechanical systems and sensitization.
2015-12-02 Carbon-reducing technologies target climate change
There is little doubt that the climate is heating up and that it is due to the production of greens-house gases, which have been steadily increasing since the maturation of the industrial revolution.
2014-05-26 7nm, 5nm scaling compels adoption of new materials
Shifting advanced nodes involve exploring alternativesfrom silicon to graphene, FinFET to SOIand considering how to apply the strengths associated with 3D device architectures to new technologies.
2014-07-01 2D graphene nanosheets developed using Scotch-tape method
A team of researchers looked into the physics, kinetics and energetics behind the regarded "Scotch-tape" technique using molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) atomic layers as a model material.
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