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2010-09-27 What happens when you try to store data on a single iron atom?
Physicists at the IBM Almaden Research Center perfected a new pump-probe pulsed-STM technique that may pave the way to enabling single-atom bit-cells for memory ICs.
2005-07-28 Veeco, JNCASR launch nanoscience center in Bangalore
Veeco Instruments Inc., supplier of instrumentation to the nanoscience community, has established a nanotechnology center in Bangalore, India. The facility will be staffed with local scientists and engineers and equipped with Veeco's latest atomic force microscope (AFM), scanning tunneling microscope (STM) products and other advanced nanotechnology application modules.
2001-09-12 Supplemental laboratory exercise for the ISTM: Calibration using the atomic lattice of graphite
This application note describes the use of the atomic lattice of graphite as a convenient standard for measuring and calibrating the STM (Scanning Tunneling Microscope) XY scanner.
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.
2005-07-18 Organic molecule switches like a transistor
University researchers have successfully demonstrated a single-molecule switch and transistor.
2012-01-17 12-atom magnetic memory beats HDD
IBM Research scientists have created an atomic magnetic memory that cut number of atoms needed to store one bit of data from one million to only 12 atoms.
2001-09-12 Surface study of oxidized niobium(110)
This application note outlines a surface study of oxidized niobium based on the results of Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) Scanning Tunneling Microscopes (STMs
2012-02-23 Scientists create precise single-atom transistors
The microscopic device has tiny visible markers etched onto its surface, making it possible for the researchers to connect metal contacts and apply a voltage.
2006-08-02 Researchers tackle spintronic capabilities
Princeton University researchers experimented with different crystalline lattice architectures to optimize spintronic capabilities.
2002-06-06 Researchers demo self-assembling nanowires
Researchers at Aarhus University here have demonstrated a nanometer-scale fabrication technique that self-assembles tiny wires atop substrates, with an eye toward interconnecting molecular electronic circuits in the future.
2011-12-07 Recent discovery reveals graphene stripes
Graphitic superconductors have been shown to contain electronic stripes called 'charge density waves.'
2016-02-11 Quantum dot nanotubes eliminate need for semiconductors
Michigan Tech is working toward ultra-small flexible electronics that remove semiconductors in favour of the more flexible capabilities of metallic quantum dots and isoelectronic crystals.
2006-08-21 NIST scientists release update on bistable atomic switch research
NIST scientists injected a charge that switched a single cobalt atom between two locations on a crystalline substrate. This single-atom oscillator development could become the basis for a future bistable atomic switch.
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.
2002-11-27 Innovative optical imaging method seen to lower IC test costs
A group of physicists led by Dr. Caesar A. Saloma of the National Institute of Physics at the University of the Philippines have developed an inexpensive optical imaging technique to detect IC defects.
2008-06-27 IBM, ETH Zrich establish nanotech lab
IBM Corp. and the ETH Zrich University have partnered to jointly build a nanotechnology research laboratory.
2014-02-07 French researchers develop first ever single-molecule LED
The researchers used a single polythiophene wire made of hydrogen, carbon and sulphur, and emits light only when the current passes in a certain direction.
2011-03-31 Atomic switches pave way for new computing architectures
Researchers have published a review of new types of nanodevices and computing based on cationic-based atomic switches.
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