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New infrared device is 10 000 faster than previous ones
Ultrathin coatings could replace bulky optical components
Experiments on InAs will be important for making optically controlled plasmonic circuits for use in a wide range of applications, from nanophotonics to biosensing.
New nano-welding technique can be used to assemble nanostructures like chiral metamaterials from the bottom up for applications in molecular sensing and to make "cloaking devices".
Nanocrystals of magnetite self-assemble in the presence of competing van der Waals and magnetic forces into previously unseen helical structures.
New device might be used in applications such as security screening at airports and in biosensing.
Researchers combine viral and DNA self-assembly methods to control the positioning of almost 200 fluorophores within nanometers of a gold nanoparticle.
New work will be important for better understanding how catalysts work on the nanoscale and might even help in the production of next-generation biofuels for transport.
New Raman scattering technique can accurately identify individual molecules containing less than 20 atoms.
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.