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Manufacturing shortcoming is turned into a security opportunity.
New graphite-carbon nanotube materials could find use in thermal management applications.
New photodetector could be well suited for applications in which very weak light sources need to be detected – for example, in night vision or astronomy instruments.
Devices could be used in non-invasive health monitoring applications.
Researchers have designed new biocompatible platforms through which light can be delivered to virtually any targeted organ in the body.
Quantum capacitance measurements reveal unique characteristics in the transport properties of black phosphorous.
Fluorescent protein-based super-resolution microscopy could be a reliable tool for biomedical research.
New technique could help overcome some of the limitations of catheter ablation – a common treatment for patients with arrhythmia.
(with video) Origami inspires researchers to make self-folding structures from nanosheets of graphene oxide.
Pennsylvania State University researchers have produced nearly ideal VO2 thin films on sapphire wafer.
Studies of amorphous oxides exposed to electron beams reveal an angstrom-precision fabrication technique for patterning depth as well as surface structures.
New findings might be useful for creating functional charge patterns in nanodevices.
Materials could now be used for making next-generation nanocircuits.
New CNT-based structure might be used to power smart chips, MEMS and sensors.
Researchers can use it to follow a wide range of chemical reactions relevant to biology.
(with audio) Silicon cantilever sensitivity improved by preventing growth of not just oxide, but specifically amorphous oxide layers.
First phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes that emit both very bright and deep blue light could be used in displays and other lighting applications.
New work could help in the development of advanced plasmonic circuits for novel optical and optoelectronic devices with tunable properties.
New work could help make better tunnelling electronics devices from the carbon sheet and even lead to a new technology, “chiraltronics”.
Semiconducting films might be used in display applications and in optoelectronics devices.