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(with video) New measurements on exciton binding energies shed more light on the photovoltaic properties of these semiconductors.
New experiments on confined bacterial cells show how they adapt to the shape of the container they are in.
(with audio) Picosecond infrared laser ablation extracts biosamples damage-free.
The traps could be used to manipulate biological molecules such as DNA and perhaps even help assemble nanomachines of the future.
Method could be used to make flexible electronics and optoelectronic devices.
New findings could help in the development of photonic devices, such as light emitters and lasers made from 2D transition metal dichalcogenides.
Devices could be used to make transparent, flexible displays of the future.
with video New ultrathin film might find applications in desalination, oil refineries and in drug manufacture.
Researchers have observed backward phase matching in a negative index material, 10 years after the effect was first predicted.
New devices have current on-off ratios of more than 3000.
Skyrmions on demand could enable ultra-dense memory.
Toronto team makes first tuneable light-emitting diodes from colloidal cadmium selenide-sulphide alloyed nanoplatelets.
Physicists develop theoretical framework for measuring heat in tiny objects.
Encapsulating Pt nanoparticles with carbon layers also makes them more resistant to catalytic degradation.
How do electrons and holes produce intermittent fluorescence in semiconductors?
Experiment shows how "stick–slip" processes can be finely tuned.
Surface studies of chemotherapy drugs on common silver catheter coatings reveal alarming reactivity levels.
Insulating buffer layer improves electron mobility of 2D electron gases.
MIT team has measured how far phonons travel in a material using ultrafast optical spectroscopy.
Highest rectification ratio ever measured for such a device.