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2011-02-16 Nanowire processors pack more arithmetic/logic
Touted as the world's first programmable nanoprocessor, the Harvard-Mitre crossbar nanowire arrays performed both operations and memory functions, since the state of nanowire FETs was non-volatile.
2014-07-04 Nanoholes improve nanowire-based solar cells
Singapore researchers found a way to increase the cost-effectiveness of photovoltaic devices by improving the manufacturing of silicon nanoholes.
2002-12-13 AMD discovers a Flash nanowire structure
A novel nanoelectronic structure has startled researchers at Analog Micro Devices Inc. with a sudden show of promise for future Flash memory devices.
2003-08-21 Nanowire approach to supercomputing touted at Hot Chips
Developers mapped out four routes to supercomputing - including one based on experimental work in nanotechnology - in the opening sessions of the annual Hot Chips conference.
2007-10-05 First organic IC self-assembled from nanowires
Thin films of organic semiconductors have been cast into n- and p-type transistors separately, but the world's first gate to use both was recently fabricated at the University of Washington and Stanford University.
2013-04-29 Piezotronic transistors turn motion to electronic signals
Researchers from Georgia Tech used bundles of vertical zinc oxide nanowires to create transistors that could could help give robots a more adaptive tactile imaging.
2005-04-18 Nanowires corralled for interconnect tasks
A research group has demonstrated a way to position and control the growth of organic nanowires atop a pre-patterned substrate.
2010-06-16 Copper nanowires make flexible displays, solar panels
Duke University researchers have demonstrated a new copper nanowire technology for making transparent flexible displays, solar panels and electronic circuitry
2009-03-18 Samsung claims print electronics progress
Samsung and its university research partners claim to have overcome two of the last hurdles to large-scale printable electronics on plastic substrates: an n-type organic semiconductor material and a patterning method for separately fabricating nano- and microwire transistor channels.
2002-02-19 Researchers close to delivering molecular circuits
Although it's a little like watching a chess match in slow motion, molecular electronics researchers are converging on viable circuit-fabrication methods.
2013-07-24 Precise positioning of nanowires achieved using sound waves
Penn State researchers found a way to place nanowires in repeatable patterns for potential use in a variety of sensors, optoelectronics and nanoscale circuits.
2011-03-04 JSR, IBM launch self-assembly litho structure
Targeted at the sub-20nm half-pitch node, the new DSA technology enables phase separation, resulting in good profiles and more flexible use in both logic and memory applications.
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.
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.
2015-02-11 Researchers envision thermoelectric nanowires in chips
Researchers at Sandia National Labs have found a room-temperature electroforming technique that removes heat at the source and discovered methods of embedding thermoelectric nanowires into chips.
2011-12-21 Low-cost technique targets flexible electronics
Solution-based processing technology pushes for smart applications with stretchable and plastic backplanes.
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.
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