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University of Sussex researchers have put forward the first industrial blueprint for constructing a real-life large-scale machine that works thanks to electric connections.
Biocompatible solutions can be used to make photodetector arrays and programmable logic memories.
Proposed experiment could test information-loss paradox.
Technology could be used to safely and reversibly “turn off” specific areas of the brain.
Simulations suggest that ultralow-power-consumption magnetic skyrmion devices could mimic the memory and learning functions in neural synapses.
Glancing angle deposition can be used to fabricate non-volatile devices smaller than 100nm2 from organic semiconductors.
Could lithium-ion batteries go lithium-free?
Technique could help in the development of a whole new range of techniques to manipulate ultraintense lasers and to generate structured, coherent short-wavelength sources.
Georgia Tech researchers succeed in producing 1D nanostructures directly from bulk materials for the first time with a new and simple, cost-effective technique.
New laser is based on effect first predicted in 1929.
New devices have an EQE of 10%.
Designing and fabricating improved templates for patterning electronics components with feature sizes of less than 5 nm.
Combining techniques for cuing growth morphology with magnetic nanoparticles for levitation and manipulation proves a powerful and versatile tool for tissue engineering.
New ultra-compact laser made from semiconductor nanowires and wafer-scale plasmonic waveguides could be used in next-generation optoelectronics devices and photonics circuits as well as in future data-communication technologies.
New technique achieves nanometre-scale resolution quickly.
New findings might help test out a number of condensed-matter and particle-physics theories.
New device produces intense light at near-infrared-to-visible wavelengths and might be used in high-efficiency solar cells.
A thermal switch design for cooling device surfaces uses magnetic nanofluids as the primary agent for thermal energy transport for the first time.
Researchers demonstrate a lithium ion-cell with a high-performance carbon-based anode produced by simple processing of waste tea leaves.
Delocalized states of electrons with topological properties might be used as qubits in fault-tolerant quantum computers of the future.