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2011-07-21 TCNL fabs ferroelectric nanostructures on plastic
Georgia Tech researchers have developed a way to fabricate nanometer-scale ferroelectric structures directly on substrates.
2013-09-10 Research: Salt cuts production cost of Si nanostructures
Chemists at Oregon State University found that table salt could reduce the cost and potentially enable the mass commercial production of silicon nanostructures.
2003-04-23 Nanostructures eyed to identify biomolecules
Two research groups are collaborating on an attempt to find a general solution to the problem of identifying biomolecules.
2013-11-12 Nanostructures allow specific filtering of colours
The team from A*STAR IMRE fabricated arrays of silver nanoscale pillars that can selectively reflect light of any desired colour.
2013-04-12 Metal-coated nanostructures print images at 100,000dpi
Using the new printing technique, colour images cannot be any more detailed as two adjacent dots blur into one if they are closer than half the wavelength of the light reflecting from them.
2014-12-24 Low-cost lithography yields 3D nanostructures
North Carolina State University researchers said the innovative technique uses nanoscale spheres to create 3D structures with biomedical, electronic and photonic applications.
2013-06-20 Hybrid nanostructures push dev't of high performance devices
A*STAR researchers said the self-assembling nanostructures, made by depositing ultrasmall objects with different properties on nanowire surfaces, target high-sensitivity sensors and solar cells.
2011-04-04 Growing ZTO nanostructures as alternative semiconductors
Researchers from the Asian Institute of Technology in Klong Luang, Thailand have presented a paper on zinc stannate nanostructures as a highly useful semiconductor.
2003-09-18 Research team sorts nanotubes electronically
A breakthrough in a joint carbon-nanotube research project, in which carbon nanotubes are chemically sorted based on their electronic properties, may bring electronic applications of nanostructures a step closer.
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.
2012-05-31 Custom-made magnets to pave way for next-gen magnetic devices
This approach to designing artificial materials could enable magnetic devices with a wider range of properties than those now available.
2014-04-09 1nm InN wires efficiently convert energy into light
Researchers at the NERSC revealed that indium nitride will emit green light if scaled to a nanometre-wide wire, and can then be modified to emit different colours by varying the wire sizes.
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.
2013-01-25 Rolith enlists AGC to dev't anti-reflective glass
The advanced anti-reflective glass being developed by Rolith and AGC is based on the "moth eye" approach found in nature, an array of nanostructures mimicking an insect's eye.
2015-06-23 KAIST team creates first flexible phase-change RAM
The research team developed a low-power non-volatile PRAM for flexible and wearable memories enabled by self-assembled BCP silica nanostructures and self-structured conductive filament nanoheater.
2006-11-28 India's MBPV acquires minority stake in Stion
India's Moser Baer Photo Voltaic Ltd has acquired a significant minority stake in Stion Corp., the nanostructures technology company formerly known as NStructures.
2013-02-28 Imec, partners reveal plasmonic enhancement development
Imec and its project managers have worked on a light trapping strategy which uses metal nanostructures that allow plasmons to increase the absorption within the solar cell structure.
2014-04-23 GaAs cell scores 14% conversion efficiency with zinc oxide
Researchers modified the surface of a 9mm2 gallium arsenide solar cell through a chemical synthesis of thin films, nanostructures and nanoparticles to squash the sun's reflection and maximise the light absorbed.
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.
2004-03-16 Zinc-oxide structure joins nanoscale-device push
Nanorings, a new type of geometry in the quest to build nanoscale devices, hold out near-term promise as injectable pressure sensors to monitor the human body.
2004-03-29 Wire-growth process leads to flexible nanosystems
An approach to creating single-crystal nanowires from just about any semi conducting material is being pioneered by Charles Lieber and his group at Harvard University in tandem with the nanotech startup he co-founded, Nanosys Inc.
2010-04-16 When will memristors be ready for prime time?
While memristors represent a potential revolution in electronic-circuit theory akin to the invention of the transistor, it will take a killer application to get it off the ground.
2002-08-28 Unnatural optics create precise photonic lens
Optical experiments using arrays of nanowires are demonstrating that the concept of a negative refractive index could be realized in practical systems.
2014-04-24 Ultracapacitors get storage boost from graphene, nanotubes
George Washington University researchers combined graphene flakes with single-walled carbon nanotubes to develop an ultracapacitor that boasts a capacitance value three times higher than that of a device made from carbon nanotubes alone.
2006-05-15 UCLA engineers announce semicon spin-wave research findings
Engineers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are announcing what they tout as a critical new breakthrough in semiconductor spin-wave research.
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.
2005-10-13 Study: Mobile device boom good for battery makers
The proliferation in mobile communications devices will help drive the mobile battery market to $9.1 billion in revenues by 2010 and at the same time it will create opportunities for alternative battery technologies, according to a research report released Tuesday.
2004-01-20 Spire obtains grant to develop low-noise APDs
Spire has received a six-month, $100,000 Small Business Innovative Research Phase I grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate low-noise avalanche photodiodes (APDs) in the 1- to 1.6- micron wavelength range.
2014-08-08 Spin-polarised probing visually renders magnetism
Researchers used a spin-polarised scanning tunnelling microscope for atomic-scale imaging of magnetic structuresexpected to reveal new aspects of high-temperature superconductivity.
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry.
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