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2013-11-19 MIT researchers use viruses to boost Li-air cell performance
The team added genetically modified viruses to the production of nanowires that serve as one of a battery's electrodes to improve the number of charging-discharging cycles the batteries can withstand.
2013-11-11 ITO dominance to face competition in coming years
Indium tin oxide has a massive lead in the market for transparent conductive coatings for touch screens, accounting for 95 per cent of film demand by area, according to IHS.
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.
2010-10-05 Horizontally grown nanowires create "nano-LEDs"
Researchers use novel approach to growing nanowires and stumble into nanoscale LEDs
2003-10-02 High-k, strained Si leaving the lab
With performance improvements getting harder to wring out of CMOS by transistor shrinks, researchers are increasingly turning to strained silicon, high-k oxides, and different types of on-chip silicon-crystal orientation.
2011-08-24 Graphene-based hybrid film touts transparency, flexibility
A recently developed graphene-based hybrid film from metal nanowires is seen as a probable replacement for ITO.
2012-01-11 GaN nanowires show more 3D piezoelectricity than bulk GaN
Researchers at the Northwestern University revealed that individual GaN nanowires as small as 60nm have piezoelectric behavior in 3D up to six times of their bulk counterpart.
2009-10-13 Friction gives direction to nanotube assembly
Researchers from four different institutions report measuring different friction forces when a carbon nanotube slides along its axis compared to when it slides perpendicular to its axis.
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.
2011-10-06 Cu nanowires target PV cells, mobile screens
A recent study shows that copper nanowires can be made into conductive coatings that may replace ITO.
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.
2014-08-13 Are nanowires the future of racetrack memory?
UC Davis researchers are attempting to fabricate IBM's experimental non-volatile memory with nanowirescomplex oxides that can provide performance boosts to the device.
2011-01-19 Nanowires coil for stretchable electronics
North Carolina State University researchers report the production of coils of silicon nanowire integrated onto a substrate that they say is the answer to creating stretchable electronics.
2014-07-15 Nanofibre etching makes superior transparent conductors
The resulting aluminium nanowire networks exhibit 80 per cent optical transmittance and sheet resistance of 45sq-1electrodes claimed to be more flexible and transparent than those made of indium tin oxide.
2015-09-30 MEMS devices come in 300mm-diameter wafers
CEA-Leti manufactured accelerometer MEMS devices on 300mm-diameter wafers using its piezo-resistive silicon nanowire technology.
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.
2013-09-11 UV LED to spawn portable, low-cost devices
Researchers at the Ohio State University developed innovative LEDs that could lend itself to applications for chemical detection, disinfection and UV curing.
2010-09-23 UCLA uses nanowires as self-aligning gates on graphene transistors
UCLA researchers how that using nanowires as self-aligning gates overcomes the difficulties of fabricating graphene transistors.
2013-09-25 UCLA team unrolls stretchable transparent OLED display
The transparent, elastic organic light-emitting device (OLED) could usher in new classes of smartphones and other CE devices, electronics-integrated clothing and new minimally invasive medical tools.
2011-07-01 Typing seen as power source alternative
Motivated by work on pulse and blood pressure as sources of power for pacemakers, researchers look at typing as a source of power for portable electronic devices.
2016-03-21 TSMC unveils silicon plans
TSMC will enable silicon interposers larger than 1,200mm21.5x the reticle sizeat 7nm to enable giant 2.5-D stacks of logic and memory for the next gen of Cowos- chip on wafer on substrate.
2005-09-27 Strained silicon to take IEDM spotlight
With high-k dielectrics apparently delayed beyond the 45nm node, this year's International Electron Devices Meeting will focus on second-generation strained-silicon techniques as the main pathway to faster transistors.
2013-08-15 Sensor takes signatures to new 'lights'
Researchers at the Georgia Tech used thousands of nanometre-scale wires to create a sensor that converts mechanical pressure such as a signature or a fingerprint directly into light signals.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
2009-04-07 Researchers tap viruses for 'green' batteries
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers claim that genetically-engineered viruses can be used to assemble tiny batteries that can then be printed on plastic films.
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.
2011-10-19 Recent developments in 3D integration
Here's a discussion on through-silicon via and mechanically flexible interconnect, and how these are being currently developed.
2011-08-03 Process enables nanocircuits to stick to any substrate
Researchers have developed a new way of wafer-scale lift-off process that can make possible for nanocircuits to be transferred onto any substrate.
2002-07-30 Nanowires self-assemble from individual particles
Researchers from Oklahoma State University and the Hahn-Meiter-Institut have developed a method to spontaneously self-assemble luminescent crystalline CdTe nanowires from individual nanoparticles.
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