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(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.
(with movie and audio) Studies of water droplet diffusion on graphene reveal exceedingly fast transport and an unusual diffusion mechanism.
First free-standing ZnO membranes could find use in a variety of electronics applications.
A quick and simple synthesis approach yields nanosheets with high stability under air flow sensor conditions.
A new way to control how light interacts with atomically thin semiconducting crystal layers.
Researchers in France have made the first flexible green and blue light-emitting diodes based on vertical nitride nanowires.
Viral scaffolding allows excitons to travel faster and further.
Device uses electron spin and is made by conventional semiconductor manufacturing processes.
(with movie)We look at the top stories on nanotechweb.org over the past three months.
Shape and size affect how these particles best accumulate in cancer cells.
Electron-beam irradiation can be used to tune the conducting channels in single-layer ReS2 and ReSe2 – two technologically important direct-bandgap materials.
Plasmonics, metamaterials and near-field optics applications could benefit.
Surprising effect could be a boon to superconducting spintronics.
New tunnelling device can be turned on with an ultralow drain-source voltage of just 0.1 V.
Devices might find use in wearable electronics, sensor networks and implantable medical devices.
Researchers in the US and France have succeeded in opening up the largest bandgap ever in the carbon sheet.