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2014-11-11 Semiconducting polymers enable efficient solar cells
The size scale of the clumps within the donor layer and the aggregationor interaction between neighbouring molecules within the layerswere the main drivers of solar cell efficiency.
2009-01-28 Researchers develop semiconducting 'buckytubes'
A team of Duke University chemists has modified a method for growing long, straight, numerous and well-aligned carbon cylinders only a few atoms thick that paves the way for manufacturing reliable electronic nanocircuits.
2003-06-27 IBM announces breakthrough in semiconducting nanoparticles
In a joint effort between scientists from Columbia University and the University of New Orleans, IBM has announced a new three-dimensional designer material assembled from two different types of particles only billionths of a meter across.
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.
2009-03-20 Quantum theory to explain high-temp superconducting
Researchers will attempt to explain high-temperature superconductivity through a theory of quantum phase changes this week during the American Physical Society in Pittsburgh.
2015-02-23 Graphene-based material improves semiconductor performance
In addition to graphene's highly desirable electrical properties, flexibility and strength, combining it with other materials could extend its range even further, as experiments show.
2005-07-06 Dutch scientists build nanoscale superconducting transistor
Scientists from the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft, The Netherlands and Philips Research have developed superconducting transistors based on semiconducting nanometer-scale indium arsenide wires, Philips said early this week (July 4).
2013-06-17 Research team improves hexagonal material
Rice University and ORNL researchers have enhanced the growth of molybdenum disulfide semiconducting films for atom-thick circuits.
2012-10-29 Nanorods pave the way for better LED displays
Collaborative work between researchers from the University of Florida and CHESS has resulted in a novel way to make colloidal "superparticles" from oriented nanorods of semiconducting materials.
2005-06-22 Japanese researchers craft novel diamond semiconductor
Researchers at Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) have used a vapor deposition process to synthesize an n-type semiconducting 001 oriented diamond substrate.
2010-09-22 World's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip created
Scientists strip out carbon to create world's first two-terminal silicon-only memory chip
2015-03-02 Unsolderable no more: Liquid-process transistor does the trick
The "miracle solder" creates new materials by joining their powdered forms into a continuous single-crystal-like material, and can even be used in 3D printers to join formerly incompatible materials.
2013-01-29 Ultra-low cost flexible display in dev't at UNIST
Polymer-based electronic circuits being developed at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology are expected to open up possibilities for ubiquitous electronics such as flexible displays.
2002-06-21 Tomorrow's technology points to present-day solutions
Off-key subjects were at the heart of several emerging technology sessions at the DAC that examined the challenges of next-gen designs while suggesting possible approaches to existing problems.
2013-05-29 Thinnest semiconductor grown from MoS2 crystals
Columbia University researchers studied how MoS2 crystals stitch together, helping them understand the optical and electronic properties of the material.
2012-11-20 Spatial light modulator enhances signal over 10 Gbit/s
A micron-scale spatial light modulator can significantly enhance the performance of optical information processing systems, according to researchers at Rice University.
2013-04-22 Solution shearing: Thin transistors spread like butter on toast
Cornell scientists developed a novel process of spreading extremely thin organic transistors and used synchrotron X-rays to watch how the films crystallise.
2012-04-23 Semicon derivative of graphene revealed
Researchers at UWM produced a derivative with oxygen atoms included within the hexagonal carbon-ring structure that characterizes graphene, which they are calling graphene monoxide.
2005-05-16 Self-assembling organic semiconductors reported
Israeli researchers have taken a page from nature's book to create self-assembling organic semiconductors.
2009-03-04 Scientists shed light on nano-thermal management
IBM Research scientists have announced a landmark study in the field of nanoelectronics, the development and demonstration of novel techniques to measure the distribution of energy and heat in powered carbon nanotube devices.
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.
2010-11-02 RPI shows vapor tunes graphene bandgap
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute claims to have discovered a simple method that uses water vapor to control the opening of the bandgap in graphene, pushing closer to the use of the carbon sheets for semiconductors.
2011-04-20 Researchers: Vacancies can create magnetic graphene
Hoping to find new graphene applications such as magnetic sensors, researchers claim that graphene can be doped for magnetism by introducing empty spaces into its otherwise perfect hexagonal pattern.
2004-03-30 Researchers seek bricks to build nanoscale structures
A systems strategy to make nanoscale devices as reproducible and controllable as silicon systems-on-chip is being urged by a pioneer in this growing world of shrinking sizes.
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.
2013-07-23 Researchers develop low-cost sol'n polymer LEDs, PV cells
A team of researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology created a plasmonic material that claims to improve performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices.
2013-10-02 Researchers demonstrate carbon nanotube powered computer
Stanford researchers hope to revitalise carbon-nanotube development efforts by surmounting its problems with a CMOS compatible process they call "imperfection-immune design".
2009-01-19 Researchers claim 'world-record' PV efficiency
Researchers from Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems have managed to squeeze an efficiency of 41 percent out of photovoltaic cells, which it is a world record.
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
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.
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