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New non-destructive microscopy technique will be crucial for optimizing the growth of large-area MoS2 atomic layers for a wide variety of device applications.
Temporary carbon nanotube-based electronic devices “disappear” once they have served their purpose.
Halide, pseudohalide and halometallate ions go well with semiconducting nanocrystals.
Antigen microarray can detect early-stage T1D and even novel biomarkers of the disease.
New RRAM might be the best candidate yet for replacing existing silicon-based flash memories.
Work could be important for developing fault tolerant quantum computing in the future.
Carbon dots and quantum dots combine to make good WLEDs.
Northwestern team has invented a large-area nanofabrication technique called reconstructable mask lithography to make plasmon-enhanced devices.
A new technique improves isolation of individual molecules with nanoscale accuracy for single-molecule studies.
New waterproof coating might be used in applications such as self-cleaning windows, antifouling films and as a sponge to help clear up oil spills.
New theory could help enhance solar-energy conversion in photovoltaic devices and make better photocatalysts.
Technique could greatly improve yields in droplet-based reactors.
Latest calculations will not only be crucial for developing real-world devices from these materials but also for studying fundamental nanoscale quantum phenomena such as magnetic tunnelling.
The SisNANO project aims to put a system in place that provides the necessary expertise, personnel, state-of-the-art research equipment and connections between researchers in academia and industry so that nanotechnology can achieve its potential in various industrial applications.
Finding will be important for when it comes to designing molybdenum disulphide-based devices in the future
Single-molecule cut-and-paste technique could be ideal for bottom-up nano-assembly and to study the fundamental behaviour of biomolecules
3D thin-film and “carbon-onion”-coated metal oxides make good hybrid energy-storage electrode
A new catalyst yields carbon nanotubes with a level of structural purity that puts next-generation carbon nanoelectronics devices within reach.
SI-ATRP overcomes the limitations of conventional top-down processes such as drop casting
New ultrasonic technique separates double-walled carbon nanotubes from single- and multi-walled ones