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2010-04-20 Researchers demo light twisting nanoparticle ribbons
University of Michigan engineers and their collaborators have demonstrated that light can twist ribbons of nanoparticles.
2013-06-06 Gold nanoparticle improves sensitivity of SPR sensors
A*STAR Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology researchers determined the ideal size of nanoparticle to increase the sensitivity of a light-based chemical detector.
2014-12-24 DNA binding protein allows novel nanoparticle cluster mfg
Using the zinc finger protein that specifically binds to target DNA sequence, the researchers developed an innovative manufacturing technique for size-controllable magnetic nanoparticle clusters.
2002-07-18 Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
Scientists are fast gaining control over the building of tiny particles, accomplishing nanoparticle synthesis in both inorganic and organic chemistries. University of Arkansas researchers here have devised a
2015-02-25 Streamlining touchscreen prod'n using photometallisation
INM researchers are using photometallisation to quickly and flexibly develop microscopic and macroscopic conductor tracks that are used in touchscreens for detecting the position of a user's finger.
2002-02-27 Silicon nanoparticles enable microscopic lasers
Researchers at the University of Illinois have demonstrated a method of producing fluorescent red, blue, green and yellow nanoparticles from plain-vanilla silicon wafers.
2013-09-12 Silicon nanoparticles control direction of light
Researchers at A*STAR Data Storage Institute demonstrated a unique optical effect in nanoparticles that allows them to control the direction in which visible light scatters.
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.
2002-07-03 Rodel, Nanophase to codevelop CMP slurries
Rodel Inc., a manufacturer of integrated materials for the microelectronics industry, has entered into an exclusive long-term supply agreement with Nanophase Technologies Corp.
2013-11-01 RIKEN: Nanotech boosts next-gen Li-O2 batteries
The application of catalytic ruthenium oxide (RuO2) nanoparticles was observed to allow lithium-oxygen batteries batteries to be recharged efficiently.
2008-12-11 Researchers tout magnetic nanotubes to advance spintronics
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) researchers now believe that carbon nanotubes can be used to detect such nanoscale magnetic states by changing their conductance.
2013-03-04 Research: Magnetic materials control light at nanoscale
Researchers at the A*STAR Data Storage Institute, Singapore have created tiny spheres of silicon that can strongly interact with the magnetic field of visible-wavelength light.
2012-04-20 Research reveals Li-ion batteries with carbon nanoparticles
A team of researchers has developed a lithium-sulfur battery that has porous carbon nanoparticles that use sulfur molecules to achieve what they claim as the greatest possible efficiency.
2015-04-02 Reducing cost for large-area electroluminescent sheets
INM researchers found a cost-effective way to enable electroluminescence on large, curved surfaces through the use of wet-chemical, printable methods.
2013-05-08 Polymer solar cell boasts 8.92% conversion efficiency
Researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology demonstrated high-performance PSCs that claim to offer the highest reported values for plasmonic PSCs using metal nanoparticles.
2012-10-15 Plasmonics show promise for optically induced electronics
Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well as novel security and cryptography 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.
2008-02-27 Nanoparticles to make water-fueled cars a reality
'Our nanoparticle-coated electrodes make electrolysers efficient enough to provide hydrogen on demand from a tank of distilled water in your car,' said Kevin Maloney, CEO and co-founder of QuantumSphere.
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2016-05-13 Laser-like optical amplifier boosts output of captured light
Rice University's new light-amplifying nanoparticle functions much like a laser, but while lasers have a fixed output frequency, this device's output can be tuned over a range of frequencies that includes a portion of the infrared spectrum.
2013-10-29 Iron oxide nanoparticles boost battery capacity
The electrode material developed at A*STAR IMRE is inexpensive, suitable for large-scale manufacturing and can store higher charge densities than conventional electrodes used in Li-ion batteries.
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.
2002-01-22 2D superlattices show storage limits
Researchers from the Paris VI and Paris VII research labs and the Laboratoire de Physique de la Matihre Condensie in Palaiseau France have produced 2D superlattices of metallic nanoparticles.
2011-05-25 Engineers repurpose algae to produce hydrogen fuel
The Argonne National Lab team has modified the photosynthesis cycle with nanoparticle catalysts to allow algae to produce hydrogen fuel for storage and eventual use in fuel cells for electricity.
2010-08-13 Teijin buys NanoGram
Japan's Teijin Ltd has announced its acquisition of NanoGram Corp. which will function as it's the former's US base for the R&D and production of silicon inks with semiconductor properties.
2014-07-30 Scientists find ways to prolong Li-ion battery's life
Researchers chose RuO2 as a model system to study these so-called "conversion materials," named because they undergo large structural changes when reacting with lithium ions.
2006-08-04 Researchers propose technique to eliminate need for substrates, chips, boards
Instead of fabricating circuits on chips and soldering them to printed-circuit boards, Canadian researchers propose painting transparent "solution processed" circuits directly onto a device's surface.
2005-08-30 Researchers float dry fuel cells for mobile apps
Touted as a future solution to automobile pollution, fuel cell technology may in the interim solve the portable-power problem that is pivotal to miniaturizing electronic systems.
2013-11-11 Researchers develop cost-efficient inkjet-based circuits
A Georgia Tech team created a novel method to rapidly and cheaply make electrical circuits by printing them with commodity inkjet printers and off-the-shelf materials.
2013-04-18 Remote infrastructure monitoring via 'smart skin' sensors
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing a novel technology that would facilitate close monitoring of structures for strain, stress and early formation of cracks.
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